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The Bobath concept is an approach to neurological rehabilitation that is applied in patient assessment and treatment (such as with adults after stroke, or children with cerebral palsy). The goal of applying the Bobath concept is to promote motor learning for efficient motor control in various environments, thereby improving participation and function. This is done through specific patient handling skills to guide patients through initiation and completion of intended tasks. This approach to neurological rehabilitation is multidisciplinary, primarily involving physiotherapists, but may also include occupational therapists and speech and language therapists. In the United States, the Bobath concept is also known as 'Neuro-Developmental Treatment' (NDT). A longer definition comes from Wikipedia.
    • Video: Bobath (Neuro-Developmental Treatment)
      • Manchester Neurotherapy Centre
      • NDT Facilitation of Sit to Stand
      • Hemiplegia Treatment Bobath PNF Stroke Therapy and Physiotherapy Motor Relearning
      • NDT Supine to Sit
      • NDT Scooting
      • Post-Stroke Exercises (Part 1: Upper Limb)
      • Post-Stroke Exercises (Part 2: Lower Limb)
      • Tapping
      • Trunk Rotation
      • Facilitation of Lateral Weight Shift
      • Introduction to NDT
      • YOGA Bobath et Hémiplégie
      • Bobath's Dance 2013
      • Bobath Dragon Boat Race 2015
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