DeveloBaby Belly Crawling
Online Physical Therapy exercise program to strengthen your baby’s body for belly crawling. DeveloBaby Belly Crawling contains specific exercises listed in prioritized order, explained in text and shown on video on real babies. The program can be used from the time your baby is rolling from back to belly.
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Developed by Danish pediatric physical therapist Maria Schultz Appelt, the program consists of evidence-based, playful exercises that strengthen your baby’s body for belly crawling. Belly crawling is your baby’s first experience with independent movement, so it’s a big milestone for them. Some people use this program when their baby is behind in motor skills, while others use it to inspire playful activities or to support their baby’s motor development in general. The program can also be used for babies with more pronounced developmental problems, but then it is often necessary with a more individual approach.
If you have any questions about the program or are unsure about anything, please send me a message (perhaps including a short video of your baby) via my Instagram @develobaby or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: If your baby doesn’t roll over and has trouble lying on her stomach, these skills should be addressed before learning to crawl. You can find exercises in the DeveloBaby Back Dominance program.
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Note: when purchasing two or more programs, a 10% discount is automatically applied. ❤
All content on DeveloBaby.com is based on recognized professional standards in Denmark, and you can expect them to be in line with the advice you receive in the public health system. If you find that your child has pronounced sleep or motor challenges, or that there is a lack of effect from the general exercises, I recommend that you make an appointment with me, either in person or online, so that I can customize the program for your child. If your child is unwell, please always contact your health care provider or physician. Read full disclaimer…