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What can cause slow or poor coordination in an otherwise healthy, bright child?
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Dr. Mason Gomberg
Pediatrics
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In brief: Poor coordination
In a healthy child , who has been thoroughly tested , and has no past medical history to suggest a cause, poor coordination is usually related to low muscle tone, genetics and can be helped by an early intervention program that includes occupational therapy and /or physical therapy.
Remember there are all degrees of athletic success and not every child will become a major league baseball player.

In brief: Poor coordination
In a healthy child , who has been thoroughly tested , and has no past medical history to suggest a cause, poor coordination is usually related to low muscle tone, genetics and can be helped by an early intervention program that includes occupational therapy and /or physical therapy.
Remember there are all degrees of athletic success and not every child will become a major league baseball player.
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