Seeing the forest for the trees. Thinking about motor imagery in kids with hemiplegia

By Megan Auld In research and in clinical practice, I’m forever finding myself snagged on the details – missing the story by getting caught up with p-values, forgetting that the arm I’m treating is connected to a head.  Which is perhaps why I remember so clearly when Lorimer first persuaded me to focus on treating the source of the problem – the … [Read more...]