Sometimes it is helpful to use videos to give practical expert advice to parents and caregivers, as some signs and symptoms are subtle. Viewing examples of signs to look out for, as well as examples of the different stretches your physiotherapist might prescribe, may make some of the advice clearer by showing exactly how things might look in everyday life. This section contains several videos that you may find useful.

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Videos: Physiotherapy exercises for Duchenne​

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Video: Watch this to see what Duchenne muscular dystrophy signs and symptoms may look like in day-to-day life

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