The Child in Vojta Therapy
A Practical Companion
A book for parents, therapists and doctors that offers a vivid and comprehensive explanation of Vojta therapy in new-born babies and small children. Taking motor development in the first year of life as a basis, the experienced therapist discusses diagnostics and the conduct of therapy according to Vojta in easy to understand language. In so doing, she also considers the assumptions and general conditions of this form of therapy, such as neuro-physiological mechanisms, for example.
A further key theme is the cooperation between therapists, parents and children: Since parents play a significant role in the conduct and success of therapy, the relationship between child, parent and therapist is of great importance.
Especially helpful for concerned parents: Informed answers to the most common questions.
The 2nd edition has been revised and updated. The book carries conviction with its well-founded and practice-oriented information for dealing with little patients.