Maladaptive Habit
Last week I wrote about Constraint Induced Movement Therapy or CIMT. This photo from the Children’s Hemiplegia and Stroke...
Babies first explore their hands with their mouth, gradually using them to explore and reach by 3-6 months. Yet...
Recently, the father of a child with cerebral palsy asked me how to best discuss the recovery potential of...
For many children with quadriplegia or marked muscle weakness, one pair of hands is often not enough to help...
The boy on the left with a ball is wearing a set of standard issue AFO’s that block the...
Spasticity is a term used to describe tone changes that are common in cerebral palsy. Unfortunately, it is a...
The basic rule “Alignment Comes First”, applies to hands as much as it does to the legs, yet in...
As I have discussed last week, every pediatric therapy intervention that I am aware of aims, in part, to...
Whatever you do, your body will learn to do better. If you are walking badly, your body will learn...
The overwhelming majority of small babies with damaged brains have perfectly normal posture during sleep. When they are awake...