Physiological Parameters of Movement of Children with Disabilities
Keywords:adapt to action, move, physiology, children with disabilities, basic motion system
The article examines specific motor stereotypes associated with limited joint mobility in children with disabilities and based on functional compensatory mechanisms, as well as factors that directly affect the formation and processes of functional adaptation of specific motor stereotypes that hide the presence of biomechanical changes.
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