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Toddler Tip Toe Walking Corrective Sneakers | Baby Deer Shoes

Toddler tip toe walking corrective sneakers.
They are like ankle sneakers high tops, sneakers for tip toe walkers and kids in general.
They are called Baby deer sneakers in USA but those are orthopedic toddler shoes with arches
They have all the makings of best ankle high tops with actual support.
Arches, pronated ankle support, soft soles and none smell soles
Baby's feet will be ultra protected and best for tip toe walking
Sneakers will perfectly shape baby's feet and issue best support
Lovely silver and pink ankle sneakers for a baby
Ties with laces best sneakers
Great sneakers imported from Europe for a new walkers.
Best to wear in any season Spring or Fall.
Tip toe walking best for a child and even for kids with special needs and autism.
Autistic children frequently walk on their toes but you can easily stop that with good shoes as those.
Over time they provide optimal ankle support, alignment and foot support and will transform child's foot.
Tip toe walking is caused by loose foot muscles that needs to be supported and re positioned.

Tip toe is a Problem!

The reason for worry is therefore not sporadic walking on tiptoes. - If a child does this sometimes, he is safe. A 2-year-old will walk more often than a 4-year-old, but most of the time he should show walking on his toes. If the opposite is the case - the child walks on his toes many times and every day, it can already be unfavorable. Therefore, pay attention to the proportions between physiological gait and that of your toes - emphasizes osteopath. The gait on the toes is an action against Mother Nature. It costs us 53% more energy than "normal gait" (experiment of Prof. Carrier's team from University from Utah). Some areas of the body "slows down from work", others - overwhelming the tasks of the passive - overloads. - A child who walks on his fingers builds a large muscular imbalance in his attitude. Overloads the forefoot, and sets the pelvis in a large anterior tilt. Such body positioning promotes the appearance of transverse flatfoot and posture defects, i.e. concave-round back - a therapist's allergy.

A deeper problem - what's going on?

There may be many reasons for walking on your toes - autism, ADHD, diparesia (i.e. bilateral palsy paralysis, so-called ballerina syndrome), muscular dystrophy (i.e. muscle wasting), contractures or shortening of the Achilles tendon or tactile hypersensitivity in the soles of the feet. - All these reasons are actually associated with this irregularity. However, most of us receive therapy for children without the above mentioned disorders on their toes. From the point of view of osteopathy, the causes of this problem should be traced to muscle tone dysfunctions. Well, walking on toes generates high tension in large and strong muscle groups (i.e. calf, back of the thigh). In this way, the child compensates for the reduced tension in the central part of the body. Mainly the cerebellum is responsible for controlling muscle tone, and problems in its functioning may have their source in childbirth. Then the newborn is subjected to high compression forces. Under their influence, strong tensions arise in the skull and chest. Higher tension in this area makes drainage from the back of the skull down to the chest difficult, and thus the cerebellum is not sufficiently supplied with blood. This negatively affects his work - explains the osteopath from our Center.

Not this way - what's wrong?

Walking on tip toe can be partly the result of a child's guardians' mistakes. Those eagerly awaiting the next milestone in its development, can accelerate standing, sitting, standing or finally walking. Meanwhile, each of these activities mastered by the little one alone and in time, prepares his movement apparatus in terms of equivalent reactions, defense reactions and control of muscle tone. By jumping over this stage of adaptation, we expose the baby to unnecessary duplication of incorrect locomotion patterns. Leading the child by the hands, we even force him to tiptoe. - If a child is healthy, then his natural, innate path to proper development is really leading and it is hard to prevent him from following her. However, why bother him and risk that we drive his development into a "dead end", for example by planting too early or by getting up easily. That is why we always do not disturb the child in the first place and create conditions for development. It is also worth maintaining moderation in reaching for various gadgets. Swings, walkers or anti-advertising walkers already by specialists - they can only act to the detriment of our child ...

How to support and help?

Baby feet are getting ready to walk in the womb - by hitting her belly at different angles and from different sides. They are not wearing socks or tip toe walking sneakers. It is worth allowing the toddler learning to walk the same - that is, walking barefoot on various surfaces. - The problem of today's people in the context of foot function is that we walk in relatively hard tip toe walking sneakers on flat surfaces. As a result, we limit the foot's ability to perform its natural sensory or catchy function. The foot, like the hand, is a great sensory receptor. It gives a lot of information to the CNS, thanks to which it affects its development and its proper function. Let's not take this child. Bare foot and grass, sand, stones - for this she was created. Shoes that are lightweight, do not support the ankle (who saw a baby with a twisted ankle!), Wide fronts, a soft, flat non-cushioned sole, without a heel or an elevation at the back - look for such tip toe walking sneakers. And the profiled insole is a secondary matter - advises the expert. So let children walk their own paths, support them, but do not disturb development and watch if everything is all right. On the other hand, let the children persistently walk on their toes provide professional help, for example osteopaths.

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Juliana Davesto Allen TX  -  31/10/2019

Very good and they hug my baby's feet well. Not too wide not too narrow just right. Support in them is great for new walkers and soles are stable. They are truly well made shoes. I got few pairs in Italy when I traveled this past Summer and I paid like 110 Euro per pair so they are not overpriced here - no no. Shoes for kids in Europe cost crazy money but people there understand that kids need good shoes and no one walks with pronated, pigeon toed feet there.

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