head control

head control

1. The ability to maintain the head and the cervical spine in an upright position.
2. The placement of the head in an erect position so that it can be more easily or precisely examined or treated.
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Some infants in the Spinraza group achieved motor milestones including full head control, ability to roll, sitting, and standing.
A student with poor trunk and head control may find it challenging to visually fixate and attend to materials while they are working so hard to stabilize their bodies.
Tri-Star Design was selected to design, test, and integrate the electronic hardware, which includes the main system processing element, system power management and the print head control functions.
It was identified in hospital that Callum had severe head lag and very poor head control.
He was healthy till the age of 6 months when the parents noticed that their baby started to lose his milestone in form of loss of head control and inability to sit with support which he was able to do before.
5 to 10 pL micrometer head control, users can obtain precise, repeatable results.
A study of your trunk and head control, range of motion and pain
Even her postural and head control has been observed to have improved, according to her doctor.
It is hoped the Eye Gaze technology will, in turn, improve children's posture and head control.
Head control supports "Playing on the floor encourages a young baby to learn to hold its head up.