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Constraint-Induced Movement therapy

marcomaclean Member Posts: 2
edited May 2014 in Cerebral palsy
I have got the Spastic Hemiplegia form of CP. It means that I walk with a limp affecting my left leg. I was wondering if anyone knows whether Constraint-Induced Movement therapy would be something that could be beneficial to me. I heard that it is not recommended for lower limbs. Does anybody have any advice or information, Many thanks.



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