The UEU is already in use in America with remarkable results. This device involves no electricity, no pain and no invasion of the body. It simply supports the body during therapy or provides just the right amount of resistance allowing the body the ability to learn, or relearn, natural movement.
KidsPhysio2U was founded by Chris Smith in February, 2010. He started the business because, during his time with the NHS, he saw that parents needed expanded services and times in order to be able to treat their children more effectively. In three years, Chris has become one of England's most trusted and innovative children’s physiotherapists. He has also been able assemble a team of brilliantly talented and gifted individuals, who are equally dedicated to the health and well-being of the children and young people who come to them.
Continuing their commitment to taking care of childrens' physical therapy needs, KidsPhysio2U will be bringing the Universal Exercise Unit to the UK for the first time in June. This technology will be especially effective in assisting children with cerebral palsy to increase their range of motion, strength and agility.
“We are thrilled to be able to bring this new technology to the UK,” Chris Smith said recently of the UEU. “This will allow us to treat the children more effectively and with greater safety and comfort. It is my hope that every child, particularly those with cerebral palsy, will be able to take advantage of this amazing training tool.”
The UEU will be available in June for patients, but Chris invites parents and guardians to contact him today to learn more about this amazing new technology.
KidsPhysio2U can be found on the internet at http://www.kidsphysio2u.co.uk or by telephone at 01206 510858. Feel free to email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You are always invited to stop by their clinic located in Colchester.