What Does the Research Say About NDT?
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Many occupational and physical therapists have used neurodevelopmental therapy (NDT) when helping children with cerebral palsy. Neurodevelopmental treatment is a hands-on approach. The goal is to help improve gross motor skills in children and adults who have neurological problems. This can help them be more independent in different areas of their lives. In simple terms, the goal is to stimulate certain muscles to correct abnormal movement patterns to help children complete functional activities easier. But, what does the research say about NDT?
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