This one hour long session is conducted on zoom to explore how motor excitability has been shown to improve functional movement in people with central nervous system damage. This study aimed to investigate the mechanism of peripheral neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) in childe. With Cerebral Palsy and Ataxia.
NMES Applications in Paediatrics – Consideration and Practical Tips
13th May 2021
Farshideh Bondarenko Owner & Lead Physiotherapist of Birkdale Paediatric & Adult Neuro Physio Clinic is NHS trained and qualified (1977), she has worked in many centres of neurological excellence, including The National Hospital for Neurology, Great Ormond Street Hospital and Cheyne Hospital. In 1987, she set up The Birkdale Clinic, responding to the demand – which the NHS cannot currently afford to fulfil – for the longer term, consistent, interventions needed to improve a client’s quality of life. Her area of special interest lies with children and young adults. She has extensive experience of most childhood conditions and their integration with family life over long time periods. Farshideh is a member of the MCSP, the OCPPP, and ACPIN.