A group of teachers and students from PolyU’s Department of Biomedical Engineering (BME) provided voluntary orthotic service to 36 children suffering from cerebral palsy in Yangjiang City, Guangdong. Dr Aaron Leung from BME said that most children with cerebral palsy will have problems with spasms causing deformities in the upper and lower limbs. Besides producing appropriate orthosis for the children, the BME team would also return to Yangjiang to help with the adjustment followup service in future.

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