Cerebral Palsy is a muscle movement disorder caused by an insult to the immature developing brain before birth. Children with Cerebral Palsy generally have impaired movement, exaggerated joints, floppiness or rigidity of limbs and torso, abnormal posture, involuntary movement, and unsteady walking. This study was designed to test whether working with dogs on physical activity improved the motor functions of children with varying levels of Cerebral Palsy.
|Date||30 May 2014|
|Publisher||Oregon State University|
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