1. ABR Facts: From severe spasticity and incapacitation to crawling and sitting. Case analysis of motor development progress of a boy with quadriplegic cerebral palsy, GMFCS Level 5, within 24 months following Advanced Biomechanical Rehabilitation (ABR) program. http://www.blyum.com
    Please watch the related videos in the ABR facts series -- Sitting, Crawling, Hand Function -- to find out more the specifics of progress milestones for children with severe cerebral palsy.

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  2. ABR Facts: This video follows the progress of a sitting function of a severe quadriplegic boy with cerebral palsy (GMFCS Level 5) within 24 months of Advanced Biomechanical Rehabilitation program. Observe the transition from extreme stiffness and spasticity to minimal support in sitting and voluntary hand function... http://www.blyum.com
    For maximum educational value please watch the related 'Stages of Sitting Development' for in-depth analysis of how the progress evolved.

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  3. ABR Facts: TYPICAL SITTING PROBLEMS DISCUSSED. Educational FOR ANY PARENT OF A CHILD WITH A BRAIN INJURY. This is a Full-length video comparing to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJKx1446hjs More about ABR @ http://www.blyum.com
    Any spastic quadriplegic child faces similar problems -- poor segmentation, weight-bearing, mobility.
    This video goes into the details of the initial condition of this quadriplegic boy with spastic cerebral palsy describing the key constraints to his progress prior to ABR. By 3.5 years of age he had a history of many treatments with very little success. Please watch the other videos to see his progress over 2 years of ABR stage by stage.

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  4. 12 months after vimeo.com/6680239 MOBILITY INCREASE, SPASTICITY REDUCTION. More about ABR @ http://www.blyum.com
    This quadriplegic child is a classic case of GMFCS 5 incapacitation in a spastic cerebral palsy. This video details the mechanisms of mobility increase and initial freedom of movement development through ABR. These are the universal elements of progress one needs to comprehend regardless of what treatments you choose for your special needs child. Please watch the other videos: Before ABR; Stage 2; Stage 3; to get a full picture. vimeo.com/6691119 and others to see his progress over 2 years of ABR stage by stage in full.

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  5. 18 months after http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJKx1446hjs. TAILOR SITTING on the floor ON HIS OWN. More about ABR @ http://www.blyum.com
    Spastic quadriplegic of GMFCS 5 is not expected to progress much after 3 years of age . This video details how this boy with severe cerebral palsy developed the structural basis for floor sitting. Further freedom of movement, posture stability, emergence of voluntary motor skills through strengthening via non-invasive ABR techniques. These are the universal elements of progress one needs to comprehend regardless of what treatments you choose for your special needs child. Please watch the other videos: Before ABR; Stage 2; Stage 3; to get a full picture. vimeo.com/6697216 to see his progress over 2 years of ABR stage by stage in full.

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