26-month-old Children Have Difficulty Standing After Squatting?
good morning … My child is 26 months old, he is very active and normal but there is a problem when every squat cannot stand up again, I have to find a hand to stand up. What? thank you
Hello Harry, thanks for asking.
At the age of 2 years, the child's motor development is quite rapid. The normal child can stand up. walking, and running, although of course the balance is still not perfect. The child can also hold objects well, can direct objects in certain directions quite precisely. Watch for any signs of muscle weakness in your child. Are there children who get tired quickly, are there children who easily fall, how about their posture when standing and walking, do they look breathless and bluish lips when playing. The child should be able to directly stand up from a squatting position. Difficulty standing may be due to the child's habit of finding a pedestal first, or it can also be caused by a medical disorder. Some possible problems experienced, for example:
Pain in the knee joint or leg joint that complicates movement. Weakness in muscles or tendons. Balance problem. Nerve disorders that innervate the legs. Difficult movements due to obesity (if the child is indeed obese). It never hurts to check your child to a pediatrician consultant growth and development. Generally, consultant pediatricians practice in hospitals type A or B. Tell in detail and trace the development of your child. The doctor may have to do several physical tests, lab tests, or radiological examinations if needed. The action will be adjusted to the doctor's diagnosis. One possible action is physiotherapy, after finding the cause. At this time, make sure the child is supervised, especially when playing, so there is no injury if the child suddenly loses balance.
Thus a brief explanation that I can give, I hope you helped. Regards.