Note Constraint Induced Movement Therapy for Children with Hemiplegia What's the Evidence?

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      title={Note Constraint Induced Movement Therapy for Children with Hemiplegia What's the Evidence?},
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      the views expressed here are those of the Cerebra Research Unit at the Peninsula Medical School and do not represent the views of the Cerebra charity, or any other parties mentioned. We strongly recommend seeking medical advice before undertaking any treatments/therapies not prescribed within the NHS. What were we asked? A parent wanted to know if there was any evidence that constraint induced movement therapy (CIMT) was effective at improving manual ability in children with hemiplegia. What… CONTINUE READING

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