奇蹟的突破為真人真事改篇的電影。 2015年一月，跌落冰湖遇溺15分鐘的青少年John，經45分鐘搶救仍無生命跡象， 養母趕到醫院，大聲呼求聖靈幫助 "Holy Spirit, please come and give me back my son!"，當刻John回復心跳，醫生也驚訝詫異，但主診醫生判斷他應過不了當晚 ，就算過得到，也會有嚴重的 腦部神經損。 當大部分人都失去信心， 唯獨是倔強堅持的媽媽， 相信他兒子是一個戰士， 他會為自己的生命而作戰，同時媽媽願意放下自己的執迷與控制慾， 她降服於主，願祂帶領一切。整個小鎮為John禱告， 三個星期後，John完全康復出院。 John神蹟地生存且完全康復， 是因為媽媽對他的愛，整個小鎮的人對他的愛，神對他的愛。 "Love is the most powerul force in the world" 。但同時間卻讓很多人對生命有所反思，為何是John？神在John身上要彰顯什麼目的？為何不是我身邊所愛的人？ You have purpose, you are loved！ 或許每個人來到這裡
The idea of skin-tight suit is from Penguin suit. Therauit's idea is also from there. "Like the Pingvin suits, Dr Green hopes the new skin suit may have therapeutic uses on Earth. Modified Pingvin suits have been used to help support and maintain the posture and limbs of people with movement problems, including children with cerebral palsy. The researchers say the suit may one day benefit people who are bedbound."
Skin-tight space suits 'support astronauts'
By Smitha MundasadHealth reporter, BBC News
17 March 2014Last updated at
Scientists have developed a
skin-tight spacesuit to try to stop astronauts' spines expanding.
They hope the lightweight elastic material will mimic the force of gravity on
Astronauts' spines can lengthen by up to 7cm (3in) with no gravity to
compress the bones, painfully pulling on muscles and nerves.
Using designs by MIT, scientists at King's College London are refining the
tailor-made suits for testing in space.
As astronauts' bones and muscles do less work to keep them upright once they
experience weightlessness, they can also start to waste away.
All these factors can make them more likely to experience long-term back and
other health problems on return to Earth.
The researchers say these issues are likely to pose an even greater challenge
on extended missions such as proposed journeys to Mars.
Dr David Green, senior lecturer of human and aerospace physiology at King's
College London, who is working on the suit, told the BBC: "When man takes the
first small step on Mars, there is a strong possibility the space traveller
could end up with a broken hip."
Italian and American tailors worked with the international team of scientists
to make skin suits composed of multiple layers of elastic material.
The material is woven in two directions, in a way that gradually produces
more tension, squeezing the body from shoulder to feet.
European Space Agency astronaut Andreas Mogensen will be the first to wear
the suit in space during his mission in 2015.
And Dr Green says if it is given it the nod of approval on that mission, UK
astronaut Tim Peake could wear the suit on his mission to the international
space station later that year.
Making skin suits to help astronauts counteract microgravity is not new -
Russian scientists came up with the Pingvin or penguin suit in 1991.
But scientists have been attempting to make new suits to better mimic gravity
and that are more comfortable to wear.
Like the Pingvin suits, Dr Green hopes the new skin suit may have therapeutic
uses on Earth.
Modified Pingvin suits have been used to help support and maintain the
posture and limbs of people with movement problems, including children with
The researchers say the suit may one day benefit people who are bedbound.
Dr Jerry Nolan, intensive care specialist at Royal United Hospital Bath, who
was not involved in the research, said: "Studies have shown that critically ill
patients can lose up to 15% of their muscle mass by the end of their first week
in intensive care. Anything that helps to reduce this may have a positive impact
on this group of patients.
"There would be a number of things that would need to be ironed out. The
obvious potential problem is getting access to the patient for nursing
As a physiotherapist working with kids for years, I always strive to learn more in order to serve our kids better. Especially in this bustling and well developed city, our kids deserve an opportunity to receive the advanced treatemnts. Therefore, I went to Michican, USA to learn about the therasuit method, which has been widely used in 400 clinics worldwide with 120,000 patients has recieved the training. And I've become the 1 out of 3000 certified therapists. With the help the angels around, our centre has become the 1st centre in Hong Kong to provide the comprehensive therasuit method intensive training. We all know that, in order for the kids to improve (same principle for pianist and athlete), they have to recieve SPECIFIC training with enough FREQUENCY, INTENSITY and DURATION......These are the priciples for Therasuit training!
Vestibilar organs are situated in the inner ears next to the hearing organ (Cochlear).
The structure composed of the utricle, saccule (to detect linear acceleration, e.g going forward,/ backwark; up/down); and the three semicircular ducts (to detect angular acceleration, e.g. spinning, turning head, nodding head)
Spatial Sense (where you are in space)
Gaze stabilization (can't read if poor)
Eye hand / eye foot coordination
"Feel" where you are
Responsible for reflex development
Vestibular Ocular Reflex (for gaze stabilization when moving, reading)
Vestibulospinal Reflex (to stabilize head and control erect stance in relation to gravity, under static and dynamic conditions)
Vestibular Collic reflex (righting reflex) (to maintain head horizontal gaze position in relative to gravity, independent of trunk movement; stabilize head in space)
Tonic neck reflex (ATNR) (integrate at 3-4 months)