Effect of a motion therapy device on the hip joints of children with CP, GMFCS IV and V

Presented: 30th International Seating Symposium, Vancouver, Canada

The study show that the motion therapy device(Innowalk) have direct effect on the hip joint of children with CP. Effects on the range of motion and mucle tone was documented. Duration of the intervention (3 months) was a determining factor.



Improving gait and gastrointestinal function following Innowalk trial

Presented: 28th International Seating Symposium Vancouver, Canada

Evaluation on gait and gastrointestinal function in a 13 year old child with CP GMFCS III. Improvements was seen in range of motion on the hip, gastrointestinal function, resistance against rapid passive stretch, and walking function.



Assisted Movement, Project in Vestfold Country, Norway

Presented: European Seating Symposium

Effect of assisted movement in a standing position on children with former disabilities over a period of one year. To provide assisted movement the helping aid Innowalk was used. 13 children was involved in the project. All children were tested before they started up with the helping aid, after 4 weeks, 4 months and 12 months of use.