Pelvic stability is the ability of your hip and pelvis muscles to tense and support your body during movement. Children start to develop this stability when they begin rolling and crawling. Pelvic stability has a huge impact on our ability to do the following things:
If your child has pelvic instability, you might notice that they struggle with:
There are a number of techniques you can use to help your child develop and strengthen their pelvic stability, including:
If you’ve tried all of these techniques and you’re still not seeing any improvement after four months, please do contact your GP or health visitor.