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My child has hip dysplasia. Can I still carry him?

By adopting the squat-spread position, carrying is beneficial for the healthy growth and development of the hip and is often a useful addition to therapy. However, always clarify the procedure in individual cases with the doctor treating your child and seek carrying advice if your child wears a spreader. A child with a harness can also be carried in the DIDYMOS sling or the Didy carriers on the body. Talk with us about the best way to tie the sling and we will be happy to advise you.