My daughter has hypotonea what can I do to help her core muscles?

I am a mum of two my young daughter who is nearly 12 months old had hypotonea she can’t crawl yet and her speech is delayed her father has dyslexia and dyspraxia was just wondering if it’s linked by chance what can I do to help her I believe it’s her core muscles that need toning what do I do I get frustrated cause she wants me to move her around all the time she gets frustrated cause she can’t communicate everything I do for her is a guessing game I’m at my wits end please help me

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Ahmed Fawzy
9:51 pm

First of all its not related to her father, you should do physical therapy which is the only option you have, you should also try to show less care to try force her to depend on her self, sorry but there is no drug that can help
Good Luck

Ayman Darrag
5:50 am

You can help her by taking her to physiotherapy , a physiotherapist specialized in pediatric rehabilitation can do her a lot of exercises to strengthen her core muscles and help equilibrium and trunk control through approximation techniques and so on.
You should learn these exercises to repeat them at home to help her development quickly.

Dr.Honey Arora
8:55 am

Hi.. Thanks for the query.. Hypotonia is not a disease in itself but can be a sign of any underlying illness.. Delayed milestone is also due to this.. So my suggestion is to consult a Paediatrician and get evaluated and a thorough clinical examination and investigation as per suspected cause can be done.. Once the underlying cause is pin point ted then treatment of the same can gradually improve the symptoms.. I would like to add that Physical therapy to improve muscle strength,balance and co-ordination, speech therapy can help in improvement.. Also another therapy that is Neuromuscular electrical stimulation can… Read more »