Bobath technique

Bo·bath tech·nique

(bō'baht tek-nēk')
Series of procedures to provide rehabilitation for the neurologically impaired patient by improving voluntary muscle tone and movement (e.g., weight-bearing, use of the affected hand as an assist) and to control strength.
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The Bobath technique was reported to result in a statistically significant reduction in frequency of pain occurrence compared to the cryotherapy method (p<0.05), regardless of the degree of subluxation.
* The frequency of pain occurrence is significantly reduced when using the Bobath technique compared to the cryotherapy method.