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Thank you so much for watching and sharing our car seat video! You can visit our new blog to learn a new diaper changing technique. We will add health tips and information on a regular basis. Have a wonderful day! 😊
Do you have a baby in a car seat? Would you like to know a way to carry them without hurting your back, shoulder or hips?
Watch the video to see how!
Let us know if you have any questions!
It has been brought to my attention that one viewer experienced discomfort when attempting this maneuver.
I am sorry to hear that and so I wanted to share that due to so many different makes and models of car seats, it is likely that this method won't work for all seats.
This was merely an attempt to pass along a creative idea that was shared and works incredibly well for the majority of those who attempt it.
I suggest being cleared by your medical professional prior to trying any new regimen if you would like to ensure you are fit to perform actions like the one shown here.
We also wanted to share that while car seats are the ideal choice for safety while riding in a car, the top choice for a baby outside of a car would be to hold them or baby-wear instead. There are several resources online if you need suggestions or demonstrations on the proper way to baby-wear.
Thank you so much for all of your support! I'm so glad to be able to share this message and provide benefit to so many of you!
Posted by Bridge Family Chiropractic on Friday, April 28, 2017
One of the most universal pain points of parenting is carrying a baby car seat. There's just no way to do it that isn't awkward or uncomfortable.
Dr. Emily Puente of Bridge Family Chiropractic, however, just revealed a genius way to carry them, pain-free.
"It's not going to hurt your shoulder, it's not going to hurt your hip, and you're not going to have to use your knee to swing like I had to do with my two [kids]," she said of the technique before demonstrating it in a Facebook video. "Someone taught me this before, and it's been the greatest thing."
The traditional way people carry car seats puts undue strain on the body because it doesn't distribute the weight evenly across the body. Her go-to manoeuvre looks almost too good to be true: "I will guarantee you this is going to be easier for you to carry."
Still, in her post, the chiropractor recognises that "due to so many different makes and models of car seats, it is likely that this method won't work for all seats."
Here's hoping it works with yours!