02.05.2019 | Therapy, Diagnosis-related

Intensive training for children with CP – why and how?

A big question that often arises when we discuss physical therapy for children with Cerebral Palsy (CP) is dosing. How much therapy is...

18.03.2019 | Diagnosis-related

New Treatment for SMA Gives New Opportunities – Highlights from the Rehab Day in Sweden

Made for Movement was enthusiastically present at the Rehab Day in Lund, Sweden, February 5th. The topic was “Research within SMA,...

21.01.2019 | Diagnosis-related

How Can You Live a Fulfilling Life with Fatigue and Cerebral Palsy?

Fatigue is a common symptom for people with cerebral palsy (CP). Although there are no specific treatments for fatigue, there are...

07.01.2019 | Diagnosis-related

What is Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy?

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

27.12.2018 | Diagnosis-related

Wenche Was Locked Inside Her Body at 39 – This Is Her Journey Towards a Better Life

When Wenche started her rehabilitation, her main goal was to live a fulfilling life with her family. With a positive attitude and hard...

19.12.2018 | Diagnosis-related

What is Locked-in Syndrome (LiS)?

Locked-in Syndrome (LiS) is a rare neurological disorder often described as the closest thing to being “buried alive”. How is it to...

19.07.2018 | Diagnosis-related

[Video] This Is How Selma Lives with Retts syndrome

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

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.

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,...