Music Therapy Could Help Children with Brain Injuries
[Source: Medical X-Press]
A new pilot study has highlighted the potential of a music therapy technique to help children with severe acquired brain injuries (ABI) meet their walking rehabilitation goals.
The first of its kind research project suggests rhythmic auditory stimulation could augment the physiotherapy ordinarily offered to children and young people who sustain a severe acquired brain injury—of whom there are believed to be around 350 each year in the UK.
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