By Shriya Raban
The device addresses a need in the cerebral palsy community. Often, kids with cerebral palsy a group of disorders that affect movement, balance, and posture need daily sessions with a physical therapist to build strength and improve motor skills. As an undergraduate studying bioengineering at Columbia University, Shideler thought there must be a better way.
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