17.10.2022 | Assistive devices

Static vs. Dynamic Standing Training – What’s More Effective?

Katarina Lauruschkus is a Swedish physiotherapist with a PhD from Lund University. She currently works as a scientist at the same...

06.10.2022 | Assistive devices

When Should Assistive Devices be Introduced?

It’s the goal of most parents of children with disabilities to get your child to crawl, stand and walk, in that order. And for most,...

06.10.2022 | Early intervention, Assistive devices, Therapy

Kids Physio London: private practice maximising children’s potential

Kids Physio London (KPL) is a private practice with highly dedicated and competent physiotherapists, serving children with special...

06.10.2022 | Assistive devices, Therapy

An important goal is to make patients stand upright

Dr. Michael Utech, owner of the Institute for Holistic Exercise Therapy in Hanover, explains in an interview the philosophy he follows...

06.10.2022 | Adults with disabilities, Assistive devices

Transitioning from Youth to Adulthood with CP – Insights from Joakim

The transition from youth to adulthood can be challenging, especially if you happen to have cerebral palsy (CP). Where am I going to...

06.10.2022 | Assistive devices

Pediatric Evaluation of Disability Inventory Computer Adaptive Test (PEDI-CAT)

There is a continuous need of assessing patients. Either to understand the severity of a diagnosis, to predict future outcome, to plan...

06.10.2022 | Early intervention, Adults with disabilities, Assistive devices

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...

06.10.2022 | Early intervention, Assistive devices

Why Is Early Childhood Intervention so Important?

Early intervention during the first two years of life is critical for learning tasks, because this is the time when the brain is most...

06.10.2022 | Assistive devices

How to access a Made for Movement device where you live – a short guide

You have decided you want one of Made for Movement’s assistive devices to improve the quality of life. The decision has been made –...