Fine-Lubinsky syndrome was described in 1993, as a very rare syndrome which entails craniofacial anomalies, bilateral hearing loss, cataract, microstomia (small mouth), central nervous system abnormalities and psychomotor delay. (Cole P. et al. 2009) Unusual abnormalities include brachydactyly*, camptodactyly* and anomalies of the deciduous dentition. The conditions that contributed to the onset of the pathology in this specific case, are genetic recessive. The article is about a series of water activities suggested to a 35 year old woman, aimed to improve balance, maintenance of praxis schemes, strengthen abdominal muscles, increased mobility of the lumbar tract of the spinal column, pragmatic competence and development of intentionality.
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