When playing, children develop their motoring skills and senses. Usually that goes well and almost unnoticed. In some cases it takes children longer and the development may deviate from the norm. This can be caused by a congenital or acquired disorder to the senses, organs, the nervous system or the posture and musculoskeletal system.
This can hinder children in their development. They then need more exercise to learn certain skills, such as walking, hopping, climbing, cycling, writing, cutting, etc. For these children, a pediatric physiotherapist can offer guidance.