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Baby hip dysplasia - how to treat it?

Baby hip dysplasia - how to treat it?We are more and more sick nowadays. This is due to a lot of pollution in the contemporary environment, poor lifestyle and poor food quality. The health status of parents can have a significant impact on the health of their child. Unfortunately, often neglect during pregnancy results in abnormalities in the early life of the child. One of such disorder is dysplasia.

Dysplasia origin

The causes of dysplasia are not fully known. This disease is more common among girls. This is due to the influence of the hormone of flexibility, relaxation. It is also important to arrange the baby during childbirth. During the contraction of the toddler's feet, the toes are constantly erect and strongly bent to the torso, as in the tendon. This can lead to stretching and damage to the hip joint components.

Unfortunately, whether a baby is born with dysplasia can not be predicted. All babies are examined right after childbirth, still in the neonatal ward to detect any possible defect.

What to do with baby hip dysplasia?

After diagnosing dysplasia, the doctor usually orders the baby to be placed on the stomach. Doctor may also recommend the so-called wide diapers which makes the legs to be arranged in the position of the frog. In this arrangement the joint can be developed and rebuilt. After 2-3 weeks you have to contact your child's doctor. If dysplasia is advanced from the beginning, or if the wide diaper has not improved, the toddler will need to wear a special device, called pavlik harness, to ensure that the legs are fixed at the right angle.

Treatment with special equipment

Harnesses are used to hold the child's legs in flexion and to abduct the thighs in the hip joints. They have the shape of a harness that is fastened to the legs and arms of the baby. They should be quite tight, but so that you can slip between the braces and the baby's skin with two fingers. When using them, lay your baby on the stomach and face to the adult. Harnesses last for about 3 months, but the doctor decides how long the baby should wear them.
Hip dysplasia baby brace is becoming more and more popular among doctors treating dysplasia. This solution brings unexpected results and parents are increasingly choosing to use such braces. It is important to realize that the newborn's body is extremely delicate, so care should be taken with it. The braces should be laid down calmly and without unnecessary haste. Too violent movements can hurt the baby and discourage them from wearing the Pavlik braces.

Is it the only way to treat dysplasia? 

Treatment of dysplasia is not always easy. It all depends on the degree of the problem that the baby reached. Dysplasia can be treated in several ways. In addition, it can be distinguished the use of suitable cushions, gypsum or surgery. The most important in this case is the diagnosis. It is not worth the time to decide on the treatment as it may not be necessary. The body of the baby is developing and is quite sensitive to stimuli, so properly selected therapy can improve the child's condition without surgery.

Treatment of hip dysplasia in a child can be done in many ways. One of the most effective is the use of hip dysplasia brace for babies. In this way it is possible to improve the health of the child, and most importantly, after stopping to use the harness the child can quickly get rid of the bad habits that he or she can acquire. More and more positive are reports from the world about this method. It captures a lot of fans and seems to be one of the best available today.

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