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Bukhovets, B. O.; Romanchuk, A. P. (2014)
Types: Article
Subjects: Bobath therapy, psychomotor development, children of preschool age
The article represents therapy of Bobath such as one of the most effective author method which use in correction psychomotor development of children with disorders of musculoskeletal system. Bobath method is not new in the correction of movement disorders since last century and still supplementing and improving. In this work highlight topic of the effective use Bobath therapy in correction of psychomotor development in children age 3 – 6 years with organic involvement CNS. the experiment was based on evaluation of psycho physical state of experimental before and after 10 days course neurodevelopment therapy in hospital. The positive dynamics of motor activity in main position (lying, sitting, standing), learning motor skills (turn to the side on belly, standing on one leg), are proved effectiveness of applying Bobath therapy in correctional psychomotor development children aged 3-6 years with organic lesions CNS. applying Bobath therapy in correctional injuries in children with organic lesions CNS and exploring such as it included many aspects and direction: treatment position (normalization of muscle tone and effect on pathological reflexes) use physical exercises with use special extras (Bobath chair, Bobath couch with adjustable inclined surface, ball for feet, triangle and rollers to ensure the adoption of the necessary provisions), Bobath logopedics (normalization oral praxis, regulation of oral control, normalization of articulation muscles tone, learn the self-service skills, personal hygiene, feeding, changing clothes.
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