28.03.2022 | Early intervention, Diagnosis-related

Things we can do to benefit hip joint development

The hip joint is vulnerable in people with physical disabilities, but varied movement and activation of the muscles around the hip...

16.03.2022 | Diagnosis-related

The hip is slipping out of place – so what do we do?

People with physical disabilities often experience hip problems. That said, there are things we can do to improve the development of...

08.03.2022 | Diagnosis-related

Why do hip problems occur, and can they be prevented?

Children, young people and adults with physical disabilities such as cerebral palsy are at increased risk of developing problems with...

22.02.2022 | Assistive devices, Diagnosis-related

How the dynamic stander Innowalk gives Alina the much needed activity

When Alina was little she loved to move. She ran more often than she walked, always full speed ahead. Then at the age of 7 she was...

10.02.2022 | Therapy, Assistive devices, Diagnosis-related

New study - Activity has positive effect on lactate in people with CP

Children and adolescents with CP and GMFCS IV and V have high levels of blood lactate at rest. A newly published study from Lund...

17.08.2021 | Adults with disabilities, Diagnosis-related

How to manage pain in children and adults with cerebral palsy

Three out of four people with cerebral palsy (CP) experience pain. It is a complex, secondary condition compromising functional...

06.07.2021 | Early intervention, Diagnosis-related

6 things you should know about spasticity!

Spasticity is abnormal muscle tightness and is associated with a damage in the brain, on the spinal cord or motor nerves. It appears...

29.06.2021 | Adults with disabilities, Assistive devices, Diagnosis-related

[Video] Meet Henrik, a multi-talented athlete and entertainer

Henrik is a comedian and an athlete with world records. A young man with dreams and ambitions. First and foremost. He doesn’t want his...

17.06.2021 | Everyday tips, Therapy, Assistive devices, Diagnosis-related

5 things you should know about scoliosis

Scoliosis is a sideway curvature of the spine and often occurs secondary to a neuromuscular disorder, such as Cerebral palsy, spina...