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WHAT IS CEREBRAL PALSY
Symptoms vary person to person. Generally, symptoms include: Stiff muscles, Exaggerated reflexes, altered muscle tone (either too stiff or too floppy). disturbance in balance and muscle coordination (ataxia), jerky movements, difficulty in walking, fine motor skills, delays and difficulty in speech, sucking, chewing or eating, excessive drooling and difficulty in swallowing, delays motor milestones, learning difficulties, seizures (epilepsy), difficulty in hearing, vision, eye movements, touch or pain sensations, bladder and bowel problems and behavioural problems.
Types of Cerebral Palsy
EARLY SIGNS OF CP
Early signs of CP vary greatly. Most common early sign is a delay motor or movement milestones (such as rolling over, sitting, standing, or walking). Below are some other signs of possible CP.
- Younger Than 6 Months of Age: His head lags when you pick him up while he’s lying on his back, he feels stiff or floppy, When cradled in your arms, he overextend his back and neck, When try pick him up, legs become stiff and crossed.
- Older Than 6 Months of Age: Doesn’t able to roll over, bring her hands together, bringing her hands to her mouth
- Older Than 10 Months of Age: difficult in crawls
TREATMENT OF CEREBRAL PALSY
There are several methods to treat CP symptoms.
- Assistive devices
- Mobility aids
PHYSIOTHERAPY TREATMENT FOR CEREBRAL PALSY
Physiotherapy can help relieve muscle stiffness, spasticity, tightness and improve motor skills and mobility. The treatment composed of stretching, strengthing exercises, balance training, gait training, hydrotherapy, HBOT (Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy) etc. Starting physiotherapy as early as possible is very important and essential to get best improvement.
Physiotherapy will improve Coordination, Balance, Strength, Flexibility, Endurance, Pain management, Posture, Gait, Overall health. It can reduce the muscle tension and jerky movements.