Monitoring growth and development

We create a SPORTS CARD for each child, on the basis of whom it is determined which group and specific subgroup the child belongs to and a personal exercise program is created.

After conducting anthropometric measurements (nutritional status and postural status) and testing motor skills, a program adapted to the capabilities of the program participants is created. Every 3-4 months, parents are given reports of the results showing the overall assessment of the health and motor status. The program is created anew for each generation of participants.

Assessment of postural status (body posture, feet status, etc.) and determination of nutritional status in children plays a significant role in the assessment of growth, development, health status and maturation of the organism.

By testing motor skills, we gain insight into the degree of development of motor skills, reveal the weaknesses of certain muscle groups responsible for poor posture of the child, and in accordance with the results obtained, we suggest the best exercise program for your child.

Measurements and tests are carried out three times a year in the form of initial, control and final measurement. The measurements include anthropometric characteristics, motor and functional abilities. All tests are adapted to children of early school age, as well as to young age.

Making insoles

Children may be born with fully lowered foot arches. Over time, arches are formed (internal longitudinal, anterior transverse, external longitudinal and posterior transverse), so that with the completion of the third year of life, the foot has raised and arches are formed. In the period from the third to the seventh year of life, subsequent spontaneous formation of arches is possible. Static and dynamic characteristics of feet can be measured in children from three years of age upwards.
Individual orthokinetic insoles are made for each child individually, i.e. for its left and right foot. These are of top quality and are considered the highest quality insoles that modern orthopedics makes available to the general public. The effect of insoles is greatest in children, because the child’s foot develops until the end of growth and during this period the insoles can affect both bone elements and soft tissue structures. Foot control indirectly corrects and controls the proximal joints, especially the knee and spinal column, with a reduced possibility of spinal column deformities such as kyphosis and scoliosis.

Nutrition for kids

Nutritional habits are among the most important things a child learns. They have long-term effects on health and well-being and are often very difficult to change.
Adequate nutrition is a good prevention for nutritional problems such as obesity, weak bones, diabetes and cardiovascular diseases. It also helps the child grow to their full potential.