Hydrotherapy is a recreational therapy that uses water-based exercises to help improve a person’s physical function and wellbeing. Hydrotherapy is a recognised and valuable method for treating individuals with cerebral palsy and is commonly used as a method of rehabilitation.
Electrical stimulation may lead to increases in muscle strength and motor function. Electrical stimulation is provided by Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) Unit which is portable, non-invasive and can be used in the clinic or at home by a therapist or parent.
Whole-body vibration is a therapeutic practice where an individual stands, sits, or lies on a machine with a vibrating platform, transmitting vibration frequencies to the body, eliciting muscle contractions by stimulating muscle spindles and motor neurons.
Sport therapy support utilises sports and exercise principles and advanced therapy techniques, to optimally develop physical qualities in children with cerebral palsy, with the aim of progressing the child’s overall physical capacity.
Working synergistically in-line with our face-to-face clinic-based therapies, we are now complementing our intensive clinic-based courses with additional support in the form of online strength programming with an allocated Point of Contact Coach (PoCC).
SDR Rehab UK are going mobile, bringing our strength, and conditioning and sports massage services straight to your home. We will provide the equipment for each session; all we require is a suitable space to facilitate our ‘pop up clinic’.
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Our aim is to enhance the rehabilitation process for every child that attends our clinic
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We specialise in being child centred with the focus to physically develop children both pre and post the operation Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR). We work as a Multi-Disciplinary-Team of practitioners to achieve the tangible short term goals put in place with the objective to work towards the longer term.
Our ethos is ‘quality of movement not quantity’. We believe in incorporating interactive fun throughout sessions, engaging young persons minds whilst achieving physical outcomes. Developing strength globally and re-educating muscle signalling pathways to recondition motor-skills, proprioception awareness and develop children cognitively and physically throughout the process.