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Long-Term Effects of Neurophysiotherapy On The Field of Activity, Participation In An Adult With Spastic Distony
Introduction: The goal of neurophysiotherapy for people with cerebral palsy (CP) is to maximize the development of potentials in the field of activity and cooperation, which means that the planning of short-term and long-term goals is important. According to available data, there are currently no published studies and evidence-based neurophysiotherapy (NFTH) regarding the effectiveness of the composite program on improving gross motor skills, functional independence, and quality of life (QOL). Methods: We conducted a case study where we used the integration of quantitative and qualitative methodology, more specifically a triangulation and investigated the effectiveness of 10-year NFTH on improving gross motor skills, functional independence, QOL. Results: Based on the analysis of the results of an existing case study using the integration of a quantitative research paradigm in a person with spastic dystonia, we find that NFTH is effective in the long term in improving gross motor function, functional independence and quality of life. study and master's degree and got a job in a company with medical devices. Conclusions: Based on the integration of methods, we consequently gained a deeper insight into the subjective experience of the effectiveness of the neurophysiotherapy program of the subject's physiotherapist in improving activities and cooperation, as he achieved important life goals and thus contributed to a higher quality of life.