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An Update on Hip Development for Children with Cerebral Palsy


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Expand your knowledge of typical hip development and the effect of biomechanical loading on the proximal femur. Explore what happens when loading is abnormal for children with cerebral palsy, how this information guides conservative treatment using postural care, and activities to minimize hip displacement and optimize function.

Rebekah Moynihan - Leckey

Rebekah Moynihan - Leckey


Rebekah graduated from the University of Nottingham in 2012 with a degree in Physiotherapy. She completed her junior rotations in both adult and children's physiotherapy in Nottinghamshire County before specializing as a Pediatric Physiotherapist in 2014.

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