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MOBILITY
By
LINDA SARRANTONIO
OBJECTIVE 71
Trace mobility milestones
throughout
the life span
MOBILITY
SKELETAL SYSTEM FUNCTIONS
- Support
- Protection
- Surface for attachment
- Storage
- Produces blood cells
MOBILITY
GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT IS
(5)
1 CONTINUOUS
2 ORDERLY
3 SEQUENTIAL
4 ALL HUMANS FOLLOW THE SAME
PATTERN
5 SEQUENCE OF EACH STAGE IS
PREDICTABLE ALTHOUGH VARIABLE
MOBILITY
GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
PRINCIPLES
1 Voluntary behaviors follow the
disappearance of primitive reflexes
2 Pronation occurs before supination
3 Grasp precedes release
MOBILITY
GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
INFANCY (birth to 1 yr.)– Gross Motor
– O-2 months – tonic neck and Moro reflexes
– Disappears 3-4 months
MOBILITY
GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
INFANCY (birth to 1 yr.)– Gross Motor
MOBILITY
– O-2 months
and Moro reflexes
GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
INFANCY (birth to 1 yr.)– Gross Motor O-2 months
– tonic neck
GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
INFANCY (birth to 1 yr.)– Gross Motor 2-3 Months
2-3 Months – tonic
neck and Moro refexes
sappearing, some
headag, some head
bobbing when
supported in sittng
position, hods head up
in prone position
GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
INFANCY (birth to 1 yr.)– Gross Motor 4-6 Months
4-6 Months
good head
control, sts wsupport, rolls
from back to
abdomen, bears
weight when
supported
GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
INFANCY (birth to 1 yr.)– Gross Motor
7-8 Months
7-8 Months – sits alone
MOBILITY
GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
INFANCY (birth to 1 yr.)– Gross Motor
– 9-12 Months –
– 9-12 Months – Moves
from prone to sitting and
standing, stands alone,
goes from crawling,
creeping to cruising,
attempts to walk
– Fine motor – turn
multiple pages in a book.
MOBILITY
GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
INFANCY – FINE MOTOR
2-3 Months
4-5 Months
6-7 Months
8-9 Months
10-12 Months
GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
INFANCY – FINE MOTOR
*2-3 Months – follows objects past midline, places
hands in mouth, reaches for objects
*4-5 Months – plays actively with hands and feet, places objects in mouth
*6-7 Months – transfers object between hands, bangs
objects together
*8-9 Months – dominant hand emerges, pincer grasp
begins
*10-12 Months – self-feed finger foods, mark with a
crayon, place objects in and out of a container
MOBILITY GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
TODDLER (1-3yrs.)
TODDLER (1-3yrs.)
*Slightly swayback
*Protruding abdomen
*Awkward
*Broad based gait
*Feet everted
GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
PRESCHOOL (3-6yrs.)
PRESCHOOL (3-6yrs.)
*Increased balance
*Increased coordination and fine motor control
*Decreased abdominal protrusion
*Feet closer together
MOBILITY
GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
SCHOOL AGE (6-12yrs.)
SCHOOL AGE (6-12yrs.)
* Posture improves
* Increased muscle strength
* Long bones grow and harden
*Refinement of motor skills continues

(Exercise Patterns for later life are generally
determined)