head control

head control

1. The ability to maintain the head and the cervical spine in an upright position.
2. The placement of the head in an erect position so that it can be more easily or precisely examined or treated.
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Some people have so little head control that head pointing isn't a good solution for them.
As it progresses rapidly, the earliest signs may be poor sucking ability and loss of head control and motor skills in babies.
The stainless steel automatic feed system features a bulk tomato hopper, two feeder chutes and a sophisticated head control and monitoring facility which ensures the P325 flow wrapper in-feed receives sufficient produce to enable it to flow wrap up to 6,000 packs of tomatoes per hour.
The real advantage is to bring the head control into it.
She can sit up with support but she's got minimal head control.
Industrial welding head control system, presented in figure 1, contain:
Fostering adaptive responses and head control in students with multiple disabilities through a microswitch-based program: follow-up assessment and program revision.
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The CF 2000 combines programmable timed exposure, variable power settings and independent multiple head control for up to three LED heads, accessible via either front panel manual control or remote interface via a PC USB or RS232 interface.
The outlined and illustrated exercises include the issues of head control, protective reactions, proper positioning, independent sitting (with and without arm support), transitional movements, daily stretching, improving muscle strength and coordination, balance training, and gait training.