NDT Bobath Baby is a therapeutic concept applied to premature babies and infants and children with neurological disorders. Due to the non-invasive nature of the therapy, it can be applied from the first days of life. It has the best therapeutic effects in the first months of a child’s life. In NDT Bobath Baby, the therapist focuses not only on exercises, but also places great emphasis on care and correct execution – the way the baby is lifted and carried, fed, changed and positioned during play and rest.

NDT- BOBATH BABY is the world’s leading method of movement improvement for premature babies and infants. It is also aimed at parents who want to learn how to care for their child (lift, carry, put down, change, feed) so that the child develops correctly and avoids postural defects in the future.


NDT is intended for patients with both mild and severe impairments. Currently, NDT is used in paediatrics for all patients presenting with movement and postural disorders. The non-invasive nature of the concept allows it to be used from the first days of a child’s life.

NDT- BOBATH BABY therapy is aimed at your child if:

  • is a premature baby or was born by caesarean section and is very crying, sensitive to movement and position changes, and has difficulty sucking,
  • is arranged in the letter ‘C’,
  • constantly tilts the head to one side ,
  • tilts the head back excessively,
  • He is trembling, his limbs are shaking,
  • reluctant to lie on his tummy,
  • clenches his fists tightly.


  • Premature and high-risk infants at risk of developing cerebral palsy,
  • Premature infants and infants with breastfeeding, sucking and swallowing disorders,
  • Premature infants and infants with postural tension disorders,
  • Premature infants and infants with postural asymmetry,
  • preterm infants and infants with psychomotor delay,
  • Premature infants and infants with congenital foot defects,
  • Premature babies and infants with torticollis,
  • Preterm infants and infants with perinatal brachial plexus injury,
  • premature infants and infants with congenital malformations (meningo-spinal hernia, arthrogryposis, achondroplasia, etc.),
  • premature babies and babies with genetic syndromes (Down’s syndrome, Lowe’s syndrome, etc.),
  • premature babies and infants with epilepsy.