Sportphysio 2024; 12(02): 95-10
DOI: 10.1055/a-2242-4914
On the field

Neuausrichtung der Therapie für hochfunktionale Jugendliche mit Zerebralparese

Alice Minghetti
Martin Keller
Ramon Gysin
Ralf Roth


Ein innovativer Ansatz für funktionelles Training bei Jugendlichen mit Zerebralparese: wie wissenschaftliche Erkenntnisse umgesetzt in praktische Anwendungen erstaunliche Fortschritte ermöglichen.



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24. April 2024

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