Friction surface hand-rims
Reclining back with elevating leg-rests
The drive wheels are set behind the vertical back supports
Removable arm rests
86 beats per-minute
95 beats per-minute
82 beats per-minute
90 beats per-minute
Moderate tension over a prolonged period of time
Maximal tension over a prolonged period of time
Moderate tension over a brief period of time
Maximal tension over a brief period of time
Bilateral HKAFO and forearm crutches
Parapodium and the parallel bars
Bilateral KAFO and the parallel bars
Bilateral AFO and the parallel bars
Cerebral palsy cerebral palsy black
White blood cell count
Ventilatory muscle training
The patient will require external assistance such as the use of an interpreter to comprehend the home exercise program.
The patient will comprehend the home exercise program
The patient will not be able to comprehend the home exercise program
The therapist cannot make a prediction based on the supplied information
Your level of injury makes walking unrealistic.
Future advances in spinal cord research may make your goal a reality.
You can have a rewarding life even if confined to a wheelchair.
Completing your exercises on a regular basis will help you to walk.