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Effectiveness of virtual reality rehabilitation for children and adolescents with cerebral palsy: an updated evidence-based systematic review
Home care: unbreakable bonds
Louise Hunt visits physiotherapists in south London who improve the lives of the growing number of people with cerebral palsy and learning disabili
Physio findings: Parkinson’s dancers step out safely
In our regular round up of research Janet Wright looks at evidence for people with Parkinson’s, who can improve many of their symptoms by dancing,
Physio findings: the latest physio research
Physio findings looks at research around therapies for cerebral palsy, therapy that targets depression and diabetes and specialist exercise which t
Film is ‘invaluable resource’ for people with cerebral palsy
Cerebral people, a film in which young people with cerebral palsy take over the camera to tell their own stories about life with the condition, was premiered in November.
Physio findings: programme cuts number of falls, movement assessment reveals risk of cerebral palsy
Janet Wright looks at newly published studies.
Lambeth’s Fit Kids programme extends its reach
Fit Kids, a weekly exercise session for children with physical difficulties, is extending its reach to include children with more complex needs.
Cerebral palsy - Helen's story
For cat-lover Helen Aveling, relaxing with feline companion Bubz in her lap is an unexpected joy. Miss Aveling has cerebral palsy, a non-genetic condition which affects muscle movement.
Physio findings - Neurology
In our regular column on research that's relevant to physiotherapists, Janet Wright looks at the latest clinical findings.