Its time to start your BDA Journey

Children and people with special needs have many problems ranging from breathing to walking. Each of these functions must have the appropriate environment and conditions in which to develop.

 

BDA is a home-based rehabilitation method that assists recovery in children and adults with physical disabilities.

 

21-28 March 2021

Online courses also available during the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Brought to you by the Fascia Rehabilitation Foundation

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About Us

FASCIA REHABILITATION FOUNDATION

The Fascia Rehabilitation NPC was founded in 2016. The aim of the foundation is to help the physically disabled children (and their families) to access the BDA Method in Africa.

We also aim to help further research; education and innovation on connective tissue science and rehabilitation strategies.

Biomechanical Developmental Approach

WHAT IS BDA?

BDA is a home-based rehabilitation method that assists recovery in children and adults with physical disabilities.

Biomechanical Developmental Approach

WHOM CAN IT HELP?

Considering that the therapy relates to basic structures which have a supporting and sensory role, possibilities are large in a large number of congenital and acquired conditions. However, most patients are children and people with cerebral palsy in all forms.

  • Hypertonia
  • Hypotonia
  • Quadriparesis
  • Hemiparalysis
  • Diplegia
  • Monoplegia
  • Triplegia
  • Dyskinesia
  • Ataxia
  • Autism
  • Slowed psychomotor development
  • ADHD
  • Premature birth
  • Muscular Dystrophy
  • Spina bifida
  • Genetic anomalies of different forms

“Sometimes it is the people no one can imagine anything of who do the things no one can imagine.”

 

Alan Turing

 

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Bringing Healing to Our Daughter

“I still remember the day that they sent us down to the ultrasound department at the neonatal hospital. We were sick with worry. Emma was one month old and I knew what it would mean if this trip to the first floor did not pan out as we had hoped.”

I am an integrative doctor and also the mother of a very special little girl who has cerebral palsy. I blog about healing approaches that have helped us live life to the full. You can follow our journey here.

Erika Drewes