Dynamic postural instability is a common neuromuscular impairment in cerebral palsy (CP), which often includes balance dysfunction and an associated risk of serious falls. Robotic hippotherapy has recently become a widespread clinical application to facilitate postural core stabilization, strength, and endurance through repetitive vestibular and proprioceptive stimulation to the spine via the sensorimotor system pathways. However, the long-term effects of robotic hippotherapy on dynamic postural instability in CP remain unclear.
|Publication Title||Computer Assisted Surgery|
|Publisher||Informa UK Limited|
|Location of Publication||London, United Kingdom|
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