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[Video] Niels Reduced His Contractures Significantly After Just a Year in the Innowalk

14.01.2019

Due to immobilization after a leg fracture, Niels developed serious knee contractures. Thanks to intense and persistent...

What is Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy?

07.01.2019

Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) is the most common form of muscle disease in children. Unfortunately, it’s also one of the...

Leon Regained the Joy of Movement with the Innowalk

14.12.2018

Leon was unhappy and opposed to working out. It all changed when he discovered the Innowalk.

How Can You Help Your Youth Transition to Adult Healthcare?

20.08.2018

People depending on healthcare throughout their life will at some point face the challenges that come with moving from...

Improved Endurance and Mood with the Innowalk

30.07.2018

Per Øivind is a 25-year-old Norwegian with cerebral palsy (CP), GMFCS II. Despite having limited mobility and a vision...

This Is How Selma Lives with Retts syndrome

19.07.2018

Innowalk and adaptations make Selma able to live an active and enjoyable life despite a few challenges.

What Do We Know About Physical Activity and Cerebral Palsy?

12.07.2018

In fact, physical inactivity has been identified as the fourth biggest mortality risk factor.

How To Plan Travelling with Kids Who Have Disabilities

28.06.2018

When travelling, doing some research to get inspiration and tips is always useful. We’ve picked up some inspiration from some...

Botox For Cerebral Palsy – Does It Help?

01.06.2018

Botox is the brand name for the injectable drug made from a toxic substance called botulinum toxin A. For the sake of...