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Impact of physiotherapy in auditory processing disorders in children with autism spectrum

Background: Auditory processing disorders (APDs) are characterised by impaired recognition and interpretation of sounds from the external environment. Methods: The study involved 34 boys aged 4-9 years diagnosed with autism attending physiotherapy at the National Autism Society of Kielce. The

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Factors affecting adherence to physiotherapy appointments for caregivers of children with cerebral palsy in Kano metropolis

Background: Cerebral palsy (CP) is the most commonly occurring physical disability in childhood. Poor adherence to physiotherapy appointments after discharged is one of the most problematic issue that makes the assessment of progress very difficult for children with CP in

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Influence of marital discord on compliance to physiotherapy appointment for caregivers of children with cerebral palsy in Kano metropolis (Nigeria)

Background: The involvement of parents in compliance to treatment regime and home program may not be properly achieved where there is marital discord or separation. Despite the high growth of marital conflicts,and high number of children with cerebral palsy, there

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Evaluation physiotherapy group of children with autism spectrum disorders with visual perception

Introduction. Disorders of visual perception can be in the form of weakening: eye-hand coordination, perceptual constancy perception figures and background, perceive the position of objects in space, the perception of spatial relations. The subject of the study was to evaluate

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Physiotherapeutic methods supporting the treatment for gastric cancer

Cancer incidence rates are increasingly high worldwide. Lung, breast, colon, stomach and liver cancers predominate. Nevertheless, advances in cancer treatment have recently been observed. Effective physiotherapy helps to improve the quality of life, reduce pain, dyspnea and prevent bedsores.

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„ …when you’re tired before you even start“ –Fatigue in paediatric oncology seen from different perspectives

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Hippotherapy as a form of physiotherapy support in children with cerebral palsy in the opinion of parents

Hippotherapy is a form of therapy that allows a child to explore the natural world. It gains more and more popularity. It brings very good results in the process of physiotherapy in children with cerebral palsy. It grows very rapidly,

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