Caring for a newborn in a pavlik harness can seem daunting. I’ve broken down my top tips for caring for them and yourself at what can feel like me a difficult time.
One year on since we made the change from double nappies to the pavlik harness- and how things have changed! We’ve hit milestones and we have a walker!
Dear DDH parent, the one feeling fearful for what lies ahead for their baby after a diagnosis of hip dysplasia. I get you. I know how you feel and the questions you have. But always know, I’ve got you.
It’s been six months since our last appointment at the Hip Dysplasia DDH clinic where the pavlik harness was removed. This time it’s an X-Ray- so what happens?
When your baby is fitted with a pavlik harness for hip dysplasia often you are told they will be delayed in meeting milestones for rolling, crawling and walking. But is this really the case?
Where do you even start when dressing a baby with hip dysplasia (DDH) whose fitted with a Pavlik Harness? Hopefully these handy hints will get you on your way.
So I've been keeping a teeny weeny secret from you. Just over a month or so ago, when Ace was still undergoing his hip dysplasia treatment, he featured in the latest Disney collaboration with Primark, Dumbo.
Hip hip hooray! We are officially Pavlik Harness free from today! Our DDH journey has come to an end for now, and we wouldn’t of got here without your support.
Now Ace is out of his Pavlik Harness it’s important we keep his legs in the correct position to help treat his Hip Dysplasia (DDH). And that’s where the Ergo Baby Carrier comes in.
I can't believe I'm typing this. A fortnight ago we were awaiting a meeting with Aces consultant, fearing the worst and praying for progress. Today we are talking about removing the Pavlik Harness after having a successful hip dysplasia appointment!