A new 6-week study assessed the effects of lower limb strength training in children with cerebral palsy. The exercises included those for the hip abductors (which play an important role in stabilization), knee extensors, and ankle plantar flexors. Results suggest that this kind of therapy increases isometric joint strength and dynamic strength. However, due to the variety of mobility outcomes in the study, researchers suggest that personalized therapy may be most effective for children with cerebral palsy.
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