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Experiences of children with CP with physiotherapy

No pain, no gain?!

Physiotherapy plays an important role in the lives of children with cerebral palsy (CP). At the same time, it commonly causes pain in these children. Most children with CP have regular physiotherapy input, and pain during physiotherapy can become an extremely important issue.

Despite this, pain induced by physiotherapy has received little attention and remains understudied. To address this gap, this study used focus group interviews in which 18 children with CP participated discussed physiotherapy induced pain.

 
 

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