11.11.2019 | Therapy, Assistive devices, Early intervention, Diagnosis-related

A physiotherapist's experience with the new gait trainer, the Hibbot

The child has had a fantastic progress with the Hibbot thanks to a dedicated, engaged and creative staff in the kindergarten.

16.10.2019 | Therapy

Ria Cuppers: “Restricting Therapy to the Clinic Only Is Not Enough”

We sat down with Belgian physiotherapist Ria Cuppers to discuss some of her thoughts on standing and walking therapy for children with...

23.09.2019 | Therapy, Diagnosis-related

Robotic gait rehabilitation delivers quicker results for kids with CP

A new prospective, controlled study found that robotic gait rehabilitation training (Innowalk Pro) provides faster and higher effects...

28.08.2019 | Therapy, Assistive devices

Which walking device works best?

Being a pediatric physiotherapist with 35 years of clinical experience, I always look for solutions to improve children’s standing and...

31.07.2019 | Therapy, Assistive devices

Results from a cross-over pilot study favor motion therapy in the Innowalk Pro

The improvements achieved in therapy with the Innowalk Pro were greater than for treadmill intervention. Both the 10-meter walk test,...

18.06.2019 | Therapy, Assistive devices

Research shows that 94% of the patients improved their clinical outcome with assisted walking-movement

A new, international meta-analysis on patients with genetic and acquired neuromuscular disorders breaks good news for assisted...

13.06.2019 | Therapy, Assistive devices, Early intervention, Diagnosis-related

EACD 2019 - Innovation for participation

This year's EACD (European Academy of Childhood Disability) conference was held in beautiful Paris, and 1300 participants from all...

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...

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.