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The Chailey approach to postural management, 2nd edition
  1. C J Newman

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    Edited by Teresa E Pountney, Catherine M Mulchahy, Sandy M Clarke, Elizabeth M Green. Chailey Heritage Clinical Services, 2004, £30.00, pp 194. ISBN 0954825802

    Disorders of posture are a frequent feature of neurological disability. These often limit a child’s ability to function efficiently and access his/her environment. They also tend to progress in time with a potential for further loss of abilities, orthopaedic complications (such as scoliosis and hip dislocation), and secondary pain. Therefore professionals who work with these children find themselves constantly battling to maintain and, if possible, correct these abnormal postures. I often find myself in the …

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