Prevention is a key element and the best investment in the future of your children.
There are forms and movements which will correct themselves over time while the child is growing and so as long as we are aware of them, all we have to do is monitor them carefully to ensure the correct change is happening.
Others do not respond this easily so getting a full, accurate diagnosis and treatment for the problem as early as possible will allow you to adopt a solution that will produce a change and improve the future biomechanical functions of your child whilst growing and developing.
Supporting development: The size of our bones, our joint flexibility and muscle strength and elasticity make up our constitution and are unique to each being and child. With in-depth knowledge of these three characteristics, we are able to take better decisions regarding which physical activities and sport should be practised, thereby preventing unsuitable movements for each individual which go against a balanced development or become the source of repeated lesions with the corresponding negative consequences in adult life.