Constraint Induced Movement Therapy

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    July 8, 2011
    Constraint-induced and Bimanual Therapy Program incorporates golf to help one patient on his path to rehabilitation.

    Taylor Wilkerson works with golf pro Kelly Tomlinson to improve his swingFrom the beginning, and without hesitation, Katherine Wilkerson always offered her unwavering support of anything her son Taylor wanted to do. The thing is, though, until the age of 9, there was never much of anything the boy was too interested in trying.

    Constraint Induced and Bimanual Therapy

    Kennedy Krieger Institute • 707 North Broadway • Baltimore, MD 21205

    Director:

    Joan Carney, Ed. D.

    About Our Program:

    Since 2004, Kennedy Krieger Institute has offered an intensive pediatric constraint induced movement therapy program based on "best practices" derived from current research in improving upper extremity function for children with paralysis caused by stroke, cerebral palsy or other conditions.

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