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Archive - Volume 2, Issue No.3, Published: September 2017 - Next edition - December 2017
Art. No.12. The physical development of children with cerebral palsy in use of Bobat’s method in physical therapy course 

Bozhena O. Bukhovets1, Alexander P. Romanchuk2
1Children's Rehabilitation Center n.a. Boris Litvak, Odessa, Ukraine
2Odessa Medical Institute of the International Humanitarian University, Odessa, UKRAINE
  

Keywords: Bobat's method, physical development, cerebral palsy, physical therapy

Received on 01 September, 2017.
Accepted on 14 September, 2017.
Published on 30 September, 2017.
 
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How to cite: Bukhovets, B., Romanchuk, A. (2017) The physical development of children with cerebral palsy in use of Bobat’s method in physical therapy course. Physical Education, Sport, Kinesitherapy Research Journal /PESKRJ/, 2(3), Art.12, pp.82-88
Abstract:
       
This article is devoted to the studying of the dynamics of physical indicators preschool children with cerebral palsy during the exhibiting the Bobat’s method in the course of physical therapy for 6 months.
The analysis of the changes in the children with cerebral palsy physical evolution in the main and control groups have shown that after 6 months of the physical therapy, the body length (p<0.05), body weight (p<0.01), and chest circumference (P<0.05) have been increased by the Bobat’s method. The indicators of the physical evolution of the children who have used standard approaches for physical rehabilitation have had a less positive dynamics.
 
 
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