Neurophysiological Basis for the Treatment of Cerebral Palsy


This extensively revised edition of one of the most popular of the Clinics series updates and clarifies the original work of Karel Bobath’s account of the neurophysiological mechanisms underlying the motor disorders of cerebral palsy. It also highlights the advantages of very early treatment of infants before the disordered postures and movements are established. All those involved with physically handicapped children, and especially therapists, will find the book invaluable reading.

Clinics in Developmental Medicine No. 75