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...

11.06.2021 | Early intervention, Therapy, Assistive devices

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...

05.03.2021 | Early intervention, Therapy, Assistive devices, Diagnosis-related

Timeea’s story: Her journey towards walking

Timeea is a playful and happy girl, who loves to spend time together with other children. She is in kindergarten every day and her...

26.02.2021 | Early intervention, Assistive devices

Which product suits my child?

An assistive device has the purpose of supporting your child’s development, increasing independence, and letting the child explore the...

14.12.2020 | Early intervention, Assistive devices, Diagnosis-related

All for Ella - and an independent life despite of her CP

Ella is a cheerful, expressive and social 3 ½-year-old girl. She loves exploring the world in her NF-Walker. Despite a CP diagnosis,...

06.08.2020 | Early intervention, Diagnosis-related

What is cerebral palsy?

Cerebral palsy (CP) is a lifelong non-progressive neurological condition affecting a person’s ability to move and maintain balance and...

03.07.2020 | Early intervention, Adults with disabilities, Therapy, Assistive devices, Diagnosis-related

How to preserve healthy bones in individuals with disabilities

Individuals with physical disabilities have lower bone mineral density (BMD) and are at higher risk of developing osteoporosis...

19.06.2020 | Early intervention, Therapy, Assistive devices

Meet Oliver. He is One in a Billion - A Real-Life Neuro Hero

Oliver is a trooper, a real-life Neuro Hero. His life has consisted of chronic pain, operations, investigations, admissions,...

12.06.2020 | 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...