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Your baby and ergonomics

YOUR BABY & ERGONOMICS

As a parent, you always want to make the best choices for your child. And when it’s time to choose a baby carrier, there are a lot of different brands, products and opinions to consider. So, we’ve created this guide to ergonomics and babywearing to offer you reassurance and confidence as you choose a baby carrier for your child. The well-being of your baby and your satisfaction and peace of mind really matter to us!

What ergonomics means to us

WHAT ERGONOMICS MEANS TO US

The concept of ergonomics is often used in different ways when talking about baby carriers, but what does BABYBJÖRN mean when we talk about ergonomics? We explain this here.

In collaboration with medical experts

IN COLLABORATION WITH MEDICAL EXPERTS

Your child’s safety is always our top priority. That’s why we collaborate closely with medical experts when we develop our baby carriers.

Ergonomics and head support

ERGONOMICS AND HEAD SUPPORT

Ergonomic head support is essential to help a very young baby hold their head in an upright position.

Ergonomics, back support and free airways

ERGONOMICS, BACK SUPPORT AND FREE AIRWAYS

A baby’s body undergoes constant development. Here, you can read more about the importance of proper back support and the correct position for free airways.

Ergonomics and carrying positions: facing in and facing out

ERGONOMICS AND CARRYING POSITIONS: FACING IN AND FACING OUT

What should you consider when babywearing in the facing-in and facing-out positions? Here, we explain the key aspects of the different carrying positions.

Ergonomics, leg position and hip dislocation

ERGONOMICS, LEG POSITION AND HIP DISLOCATION

In this article, we cover FAQs about baby carriers, leg position and hip dislocation.

A scientific study on babies’ hip positions in baby carriers

A SCIENTIFIC STUDY ON BABIES’ HIP POSITIONS IN BABY CARRIERS

In this article, you can read more about a scientific study from 2018 that used ultrasound technology to investigate how babywearing in a carrier affects an infant’s hips.