CME (Cuevas MEDEK Exercise) or the Dynamic Method of Kinetic Stimulation (MEDEK) is a physical therapy approach created and developed by Chilean physiotherapist, Ramon Cuevas, in the 1970s, and has been refined over the past 40 years. Currently, the CME technique is not offered intensively in any other Australian clinic.
CME therapy is composed of more that 3000 exercises. Each exercise represents a particular biomechanical challenge for the child. CME exercises are designed to promote an active response. A totally avant-garde approach is inspired to provoke automatic motor responses in motor delayed children. We are seeing tremendous results using CME for early intervention. The technique can be used on children as young as three months, and can be continued until children reach certain height or weight limits.
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