Low-dose/high-concentration localized botulinum toxin A improves upper limb movement and function in children with hemiplegic cerebral palsy: Lowe K et al.


Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 2006, 48: 170–175


Kevin Lowe*, Iona Novak, Anne Cusick


Kevin Lowe*
MBBS FRACP FAFRM, Department of Paediatric Rehabilitation, Sydney Children’s Hospital and University of New South Wales, Randwick;
Iona Novak
MSc BAppSc, Manager Research and Education,Cerebral Palsy Institute, Sydney;
Anne Cusick
BAppSc GradDipBehSc MA (Psych) MA (Interdisc Stud) PhD, Professor, Associate Dean, College of Science and Health, University of Western Sydney (UWS), Australia.
*Correspondence to first author at 
Department of Paediatric Rehabilitation, Sydney Children’s Hospital, High Street, Randwick, Australia.
E-mail: kev.lowe@unsw.edu.a