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10Mar
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All About Stroke Rehab – What comes next?

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  • physiotherapy, Recovery, Rehabilitation, Stroke, Therasuit, TIA
Stroke – it’s a scary word for many of us. Most people have heard the word, and have a general idea of what it looks like. Some of you may even know someone who has experienced a stroke of some kind. While most people have a general understanding of strokes and what they mean, most […]
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07Dec
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5 Ways to Effectively Treat Cerebral Palsy in Children

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  • cerebral palsy, Paediatric Physiotherapy, Therasuit, Treatment
We specialize in the treatment of Cerebral Palsy - one of the most common physical disabilities diagnosed in children. But what is Cerebral Palsy and how is it treated? How do we treat CP at All About Kids Rehab Centre? Let's take a look at the diagnosis, treatment, and the 5 ways that are most effective in achieving your child's goals.
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05Oct
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7 Conditions Treated by a Paediatric Physiotherapist

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  • cerebral palsy, paediatric, Paediatric Physiotherapy, physiotherapy
Have you ever wondered exactly what a paediatric physiotherapist treats?  Maybe you’ve thought to yourself why would a child even need physiotherapy?  And why not just see a regular physiotherapist? Well, there are many conditions that require children to seek the help of a qualified physiotherapist.  Your child may have been born with a neurological […]
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08Mar
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Effectiveness of the Therasuit Method

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Effectiveness of the Therasuit Method Objectives: This study is part of a multi-site ongoing study and was designed to evaluate the effectiveness of an intensive exercise program (TheraSuit Method®) using a Soft Dynamic Proprioceptive Orthotic (TheraSuit®) on children with cerebral palsy by measuring changes which occurred after participating in a treatment session at the Pediatric […]
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21Mar

Functional strength training in cerebral palsy

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SW Blundell, RB Shepherd, CM Dean, RD Adams Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney and BM Cahill Spastic Centre of NSW, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Received 2nd November 2001; returned for revisions 26th February 2002; manuscript accepted 18th July 2002. Objective: To determine the effects of intensive task-specific strength training on lower limb […]
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