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How does baby tiptoe walk to return a responsibility? How to correct tiptoe walking?

For babies around one year old, they can start to learn to walk slowly. Generally speaking, when they start to learn to walk, they will use their toes to test their walking. At 13 months, they can walk unsteadily by themselves. At about 15 months, most babies can even push or pull toys to play while walking. But in the process of walking, it seems very awkward to walk with the toes, so how to correct it?

If the baby's long-term toe landing does not subside, and accompanied by sports development backward, hearing is not obvious or there are some other abnormal postures, we should be careful to prevent the existence of a certain degree of brain damage or brain development abnormalities, which belongs to pathological toe, should be paid attention to How to correct baby's tiptoe

In most cases, the baby's tiptoe walking is normal development, but it may also be affected by some external factors, such as improper shoes, uncomfortable socks, or the baby's wrong habit of walking, which needs to be corrected.

1. Farewell to the walker

Some babies not only walk with their toes at the learning stage, but also walk in an incorrect posture when they grow up. Therefore, parents should pay attention to the fact that babies learn to walk, try to use less walkers and don't use them for a long time. Generally farewell to the walker, the baby will no longer walk on foot.

2. Choose the right shoes

Some babies may walk like this because of the problem of shoes, so it is also important to choose the right shoes for the toddlers. It's better to choose shoes that are easy to bend the forefoot, which is good for starting and cultivating correct walking posture.

3. Exercise barefoot walking

When the baby is at home, he can walk barefoot on the board or soft carpet with TA, increase his touch and grip, and cultivate his balance. However, it is important to keep the floor clean. You can also exercise the baby's ability to walk on the slope, which is conducive to the exercise of calf muscles.