BDA is a home therapy which is created for children with cerebral palsy and with other similar conditions and illnesses.
Our therapists train more than 500 families across Europe, Asia and Africa. Those families have children with all sorts of disabilities.
Biomechanical development approach is a therapy designed with a cause to promote the quality of life for children with special needs and to improve the motoric, cognitive, and vital functions of an organism.
It is based on the stimulation of connective tissue (Fascia) of the human body.
Newest research have shown that these tissues have great impact for normal motor functions as well as movement coordination and support role in carrying the burden of the human body.
Also, the connective tissue has a metabolic and transport role, which is included in the creation of immune response of the body.
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BDA (Biomechanical Developmental Approach) represents a special approach in the process of habilitation and rehabilitation of people with different conditions and problems.
With this method you can work with connective tissue in the human body which are damaged in all those conditions mentioned above.
There is evidence that with the application of BDA, there are improvements that last in many spheres of life.
After the improvement of all basic elements of everyday activities, further stimulation according to BDA approach, leads to improvement on all fields of motor functions, balance, emotional and social development.
The approach is developed according to the newest discoveries in the area of biomechanics of the human body and the discoveries of connective tissues (fascia) , and in embryology (science that studies human development from the moment of creation until birth – Fetal development).
Currently, there is a development of special programs that are related to people with discus hernia, osteoporosis, facial paralysis, and sports injuries.
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