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To check whether an injectable medication called Dysport can relax the stiffness (spasticity) of the calf muscles and allow your child to walk on her/his feet instead of her/his toes.
To quantify the problems of bowel and bladder incontinence in adults with cerebral palsy and assess the impact of these problems. It is hoped that this information will lead to better identification of such problems in adults with cerebral palsy, and ultimately effective interventions.
To improve the efficacy of BWSTT in children with cerebral palsy (CP) using a novel robotic therapy that applies controlled force to the leg during the swing phase of gait.
To assess changes in activities and participation of children who participate in a dance class developed for children with CP.
We hypothesize that postural feedback of reduced dimension will enhance motor learning in children with CP...
investigating the ability of a specialized elliptical exercise machine to improve hip, knee and ankle control during walking in individuals with neurological injury. Stronger hip muscles may improve balance and weight shifting leg to leg during walking.
To promote research in the area of cerebral palsy by connecting researchers with persons with cerebral palsy through a secure, established database.
To investigate the immediate and delayed effects of using video game training for rehabilitation.
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