06.08.2020 | Early intervention, Diagnosis-related

What is cerebral palsy?

Cerebral palsy (CP) is a lifelong non-progressive neurological condition affecting a person’s ability to move and maintain balance and...

24.07.2020 | Therapy, Adults with disabilities, Everyday tips

Changing lives through surfing and surf therapy

Surfing is a great activity and therapy. It combines aerobic exercise and strength training with a stress-relieving mental health...

10.07.2020 | Assistive devices, Everyday tips, Diagnosis-related

A very ordinary life… in a rather unusual Covid-19 time

I, Elin, am the mother of three amazing adolescent and grown-up girls. Our youngest child in the family, Sofie, is 15 years old and...

03.07.2020 | Therapy, Assistive devices, Adults with disabilities, Early intervention, Diagnosis-related

How to preserve healthy bones in individuals with disabilities

Individuals with physical disabilities have lower bone mineral density (BMD) and are at higher risk of developing osteoporosis...

19.06.2020 | Therapy, Assistive devices, Early intervention

Meet Oliver. He is One in a Billion - A Real-Life Neuro Hero

Oliver is a trooper, a real-life Neuro Hero. His life has consisted of chronic pain, operations, investigations, admissions,...

12.06.2020 | Assistive devices, Early intervention

Why 24-hour posture care management is key

Healthy individuals are able to adopt the three core postures, lying, sitting and standing. They are also able to freely move in and...

29.05.2020 | Therapy, Assistive devices, Adults with disabilities

Stroke recovery: The value of physical therapy in rehabilitation

Learn how rehabilitation after stroke can improve functional performance. Julian Breuer, Head Physio at NiB Köln shares his knowledge...

16.04.2020 | Therapy, Assistive devices, Everyday tips, Diagnosis-related

Static or Dynamic standing? New study reveals interesting data

An evidence-based study reveals that dynamic standing in the Innowalk increases passive range of motion (PROM) and reduces spasticity...

19.03.2020 | Therapy, Assistive devices, Everyday tips

Alvin needs help with everything – also being upright and moving

Alvin was a completely healthy 6-year old boy until leukaemia changed his life forever.