Only five more weeks until ICROM2! We would like to present to you a few of our speakers each week and the subject of their lecture. We start with Susanne Bareis, she is currently working at the Children-Pysiotherapy practice in Braunschweig, Germany.
She herself wanted to tell you more about her lecture “Physical therapy for children with symmetry disorder“:
“In my lecture I will discuss practical experiences of physical therapy treatment for children experiencing symmetry disorder. The key building blocks include an extensive inquiry into the patient's medical history, a structured inquiry of results and documentation, clearly defined therapy goals to which the parents have agreed, a hypothesis-based therapeutic approach and an evaluation review of therapy achievement.
The important terms here include close coordination with parental guardian(s) for achieving therapeutic goals, applied and realizable treatment, and a consistent, self-critical review of effectiveness.
This physical therapy approach will be represented with the help of numerous, concrete examples through photos and videos from the field.
You can find an overview of the speakers and their lectures here.