Gross-motor skills training

Gross Motor Skills For Toddlers, Gross Motor Coordination, Gross Motor Activities For Special Needs, Gross Motor Skills For 2 Year Olds, Gross Motor Skills In Early Childhood

Gross-motor skills training :

Gross Motor Skills allow humans to accomplish whole-body and major muscles movements of the arm, legs, and torso. Gross motor abilities are essential for children's regular activities at school at home, and in the public. Children who have difficulty with gross motor abilities have difficulty doing whole-body activities such as climbing and jumping jacks. Children rely on these abilities to have good experiences at school, on the playground, and in the community.


We offer Gross-motor skills training in Mumbai, for

gross motor skills for toddlers in Mumbai

gross motor skills for toddlers in Mumbai

gross motor coordination in Mumbai

gross motor coordination in Mumbai

gross motor activities for special needs in Mumbai

gross motor activities for special needs in Mumbai

gross motor skills for 2 year olds in Mumbai

gross motor skills for 2 year olds in Mumbai

gross motor skills in early childhood in Mumbai

gross motor skills in early childhood in Mumbai

What exactly are gross motor skills?

We use gross motor abilities to do common tasks that need huge muscles, such as exercising and raking leaves. Most people employ these abilities effortlessly and intuitively. However, gross motor abilities are more complicated than you may imagine. These abilities need muscular and neural system cooperation. They have an effect on balance and coordination. They also serve as the foundation for fine motor abilities, which allow humans to perform little motions.

Other talents are connected to gross motor capabilities. Balance Coordination is one of them.

  • Awareness of one's own body
  • Physical stamina
  • Response time

All of these skills enable children to participate successfully in school, at home, and in the community. Consider how a youngster with limited gross motor abilities would react to gym class, recess, or playdates. These difficulties might have an influence on a child's self-esteem and social life.

There are several things that parents may perform with their children to help them improve gross motor skills. These are some examples:

Playing hopscotch and jumping are two activities that assist kids to acquire balance.

  1. Exercises that assist improve hand-eye or foot-eye coordination include hitting, catching, kicking, or tossing a ball, such as a baseball, football, or soccer ball.
  2. Exercises that assist improve hand-eye or foot-eye coordination include hitting, catching, kicking, or tossing a ball, such as a baseball, football, or soccer ball.
  3. Kangaroo jump, in which toddlers holding something between their knees, such as a small ball or an orange, and then hop with their feet together frontward, backward, and sideways.
  4. Wheel borrowing is a game in which one supports the child's legs while they walk on their hands along a specified course.
  5. Moving slowly and sideways on a narrow crossbar or barrier while holding a big object in one hand, then the other, and then repeating the action.
  6. Throw and catch, in which children toss an object, such as a baseball, into the air and then grab it while seated or laying down and using alternating hands

A variety of illnesses and disorders can have an impact on gross motor skill development and capabilities. Developmental issues such as genetic diseases, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, and various neurological illnesses have a negative influence on gross motor skill development in children.

Injury, sickness, stroke, and congenital defects can all cause gross motor abilities to deteriorate. Motor skills are impacted by developmental coordination deficit. This disease makes it difficult for a person to do tasks such as cycling, gripping a pencil, and tossing a ball. People with this disease are frequently labeled as clumsy.

At TheraCure, our Scope of Physiotherapy includes

  • Muscle strength and muscle length evaluation & quantification
  • Recommending remedial exercises
  • Physical treatment by electrotherapy modalities like diathermy, ultrasonic therapy, contrast bath, cryotherapy, hydrocollator, trans-electric muscle stimulation, also different therapeutic exercises by machines
  • Applying manual therapy, mobilization, manipulation of soft tissue techniques etc.
  • Myo-fascial release massage to lengthen tight/ contracted tissues.
  • Make an exercise folder for the client to take home.
  • Aid in-home evaluation to make the environment barrier-free and accessible.
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