During the first three months of life, there are very important developmental movements that start to establish short and long-term cognitive function.
Did you ever wonder how simple developmental movements that an infant makes turns into walking? Michelle Turner, baby expert, discusses this in one of her Baby Movement Lesson class.
Michelle Turner and Diane Peña are working with an infant (almost 3 months of age) with torticollis. Quickly, they realize that he's not tracking an object. As Michelle works with the function of his system, Diane is stimulating eye movement. In less that twenty minutes, his vision kicks in and he learns to follow an object and starts to re-correct his torticollis. He is a twin, born at 36 weeks. He spent 5 days in a NICU. His brother was evaluated during the same session.
Michelle Turner, baby expert, shows a new option to joint compression to introduce 'weight bearing' through the pelvis in an infant. This is just a brief moment in her weekly two hour class where she discusses pelvic function in an infant, toddler and adult.
Michelle Turner, baby expert, gives different demonstrations on how your baby moves differently when the pelvis is restricted. Vision is extremely affected when a baby can't move fully to respond to stimuli.