R82 Gazelle PS Standing Frame Delivers Social and Clinical Results for 4-year-old Lily-Mae with Cerebral Palsy

R82_Gazelle_Walking_AidLily Mae is a delightful child who lives with various health issues including Cerebral Palsy (CP) and a dislocated left hip. A standing frame which supported hip abduction was sought to support, maintain and improve Lily-Mae’s hip position by Senior Physiotherapist, Frances George.

Frances supports Lily Mae at her school, Humberston Park Special School near Grimsby, Lincolnshire, where a programme of hip abduction has been initiated using the R82 Gazelle PS. This ergonomic and versatile standing frame, that offers prone and supine support, has helped Lily Mae achieve significant results both in terms of clinical and social improvement.

Read the full case study here: http://www.r82.co.uk/media/420597/1155r82gazellecsfeb16v1.pdf

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