What is Music Therapy and what is its significance? Music therapy is the appropriate use of music and musical elements to support, improve or restore mental, physical, emotional and spiritual health. Music provides a “rhythmic organization”, which can be transferred to other social structures, such as school and home, since rhythm is an essential element
Pediatric physiotherapy is the specialized physiotherapy that helps children to achieve their optimal physical development in gross motor development field. What is that? The main purpose of paediatric physiotherapy is to assist children in overcoming physical disabilities. When I say disability that means a lack or impairment of a particular capability or skill. So, Paediatric
What is physiotherapy? Physiotherapy is a science that aims to help people restore movement and function. Physical therapy can help someone recover from injuries, trauma, illness or any other disability that is related to pain or restrictions in daily life activities. Physical therapy is provided by physical therapists who promote, maintain and restore the well-being
Expectations of physiotherapy intervention to a child with brain tumor, cerebral palsy and blindness.
Irene was born in January of 2015. When she was eight months old, she appeared nystagmus, she suffered sleepiness and tiredness and she was diagnosed with brain tumor on her optic nerve chiasma. Since then, she started physiotherapy sessions and currently she is on a two times per week intervention program. The purpose of this
Cerebral palsy is one of the most common relative or acquaintance neurological impairments. It refers to child’s brain and can be expressed by kinetics or/and mental deficits. The term cerebral palsy is used to describe a group of syndromes with a predominantly kinetic disorder due to a pre-existing impairment or disorder in the developing, immature
The motor control is being determined mainly by three sensory sub-systems of central nervous system: the vestibular system, the proprioceptive system and the visual system[1,5]. The above mentioned systems are working together to maintain our balance by dynamically adapting our posture and walking in any needed way under every circumstance, a process called motor