Physiotherapist Cake...??? Please Help Me!

Decorating By Makasmo23 Updated 27 Sep 2014 , 6:15pm by LizzieAylett

Makasmo23 Posted 26 Sep 2014 , 2:01pm
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Hello everyone!


So a few days ago I was asked to make a "physiotherapist" cake. Yep. I honestly have no clue what to make! The customer suggested a "spine" cake or whatever I think would look best, but I think a spine cake would look...well, weird.


Any suggestions!?!??

Thanks in advance!!!

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-K8memphis Posted 26 Sep 2014 , 2:13pm
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we used to do a lot of cakes for this hospital -- lungs, bladders, iv bags, legs, hearts, real looking body parts with all the veins and dit dots plus medical equipment and practices -- all that kind of stuff which actually was really gross i'm not saying it isn't but a spine would be kind of fun don't you think?


pt peeps help the body to move again so a happy skeleton with motion marks to denote free motion -- i think it would be cute -- a lot better than the internal workings of a bladder, kidney or pancreas :-D

-K8memphis Posted 26 Sep 2014 , 2:17pm
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or a skeleton on a climbing wall or swimming in a lake or running around the cake or riding a bike -- anything like that would be awesome -- a bunch of little skeletons doing all that stuff would be awesome -- one of them 'saying' thanks doc -- 

-K8memphis Posted 26 Sep 2014 , 2:50pm
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no i got it -- a skeleton doing exercises on exercise equipment  like walking on an apparatus that has a bar on either side to hold on to -- they look like parallel bars gymnasts swing on but they are shorter so people can try to learn to walk by holding them selves up --


and do you a search of physiotherapy images for some really great ideas


best to you

LizzieAylett Posted 27 Sep 2014 , 6:15pm
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If you want to keep the skeleton idea, how about one sitting on a gym ball?  Make a spherical cake and then put a model skeleton on top :-)

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