12.07.2018 | Therapy, Diagnosis-related

What Do We Know About Physical Activity and Cerebral Palsy?

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

28.06.2018 | Everyday tips

How To Plan Travelling with Kids Who Have Disabilities

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

20.06.2018 | Everyday tips

Top 10 Amusement Parks for Kids with Disabilities

We all need a holiday. But we know it can be frustrating – finding out if a resort has proper access for those with limited mobility;...

14.06.2018 | Early intervention

Can You Use Artificial Intelligence to Diagnose CP?

An early diagnosis of CP is important, to allow measures to be taken and treatment to begin as soon as possible. Today, the average...

07.06.2018 | Assistive devices

Kaja Uses Innowalk Every Day: "She's Happier and More Energized"

The sun creeps across the room. It’s quiet at Bjørnholt secondary school, but the silence is soon to be disrupted by the sound of...

01.06.2018 | Diagnosis-related

Botox For Cerebral Palsy – Does It Help?

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

08.05.2018 | Therapy

Liz Cowan: Symmetrical Positioning or Movement? We Need Both!

One of my concerns as a paediatric physiotherapist is the amount of time children with disabilities spend being static in...

23.04.2018 | Assistive devices

Håkon with Vici Syndrome Had to Undergo Surgery – Now He’s Taking Steps with the new NF-Walker

Håkon is a five-year-old boy with the rare Vici syndrome, which led him to develop contractures in his legs. After undergoing...

06.04.2018 | Diagnosis-related

What Is Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA)?

SMA is a serious condition that can worsen over time.