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.

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...

09.03.2018 | Therapy

Per Brodal On Learning and the Brain's Plasticity

Per Brodal is one of the speakers we’ve been lucky enough to invite to speak at our seminars for physiotherapists and occupational...

05.12.2017 | Therapy, Diagnosis-related

What do we know about strength exercise for people with CP?

Strength training (or resistance training) is a very common part of sports and physical fitness programs. For many people, the goal of...

30.11.2017 | Therapy

What happens when the family becomes the expert?

We usually write about treatments or services that focus on a child or an individual, but in this article we’ll look at family-centred...

20.10.2017 | Therapy

Music therapy for kids with disabilities

Music plays a big part in most people’s lives. It can be relaxing, spark certain feelings and increase quality of life. For people...