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Sensory processing disorder and vestibular rehabilitation: A pediatric Case Report
Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation
This case report describes changes in postural stability in a patient with sensory processing disorder (SPD) after participating in a vestibular rehabilitation therapy (VRT) program. Case Presentation: The patient was an 8-year-old male with SPD. Results of the computerized dynamic posturography (CDP) testing suggested vestibular system impairments and postural instability. A specific type of VRT called gaze stability exercises were prescribed as a home exercise program (HEP) and performed fordoi:10.7243/2055-2386-5-6 fatcat:ng5utdbfxnfpjiodtrz5bvmfie