Application of core stability training in rehabilitation of motor function in children with cerebral palsy

Jiaojiao Zhao, Zhaohua Fu


Cerebral palsy is a syndrome caused by non-progressive brain injury and developmental defects from the start of conception until infancy. The main manifestations are dyskinesia and postural abnormalities in children. This article is to summarize the current application of core stability training in rehabilitation of children with cerebral palsy motor function, which aims to lay a foundation for clinical work and further related theoretical research.

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