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Physiotherapy: Using the PhysioBall To Build Strength
By: Renata Bursten, Dragonfly Staff




Try this with kids with cerebral palsy or Hypotonia. Having trouble developing good head, neck, and back control? Try lying your child face down on the ball, holding their hips, and encouraging them to lift their face while the ball is rolled forward.
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