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Cerebral Palsy: Treatment, Procedure, Cost and Side Effects

What is the treatment?

Cerebral palsy is a condition that mostly affects children. This is generally a disorder of movement, posture or muscle tone and it is the result of some damage to the immature, developing brain. It mostly affects a child even before its birth. Children generally experience the symptoms during the preschool years or infancy. A child may suffer from impaired movement which is associated with abnormal reflexes, abnormal posture, involuntary movement, unsteady walking, rigidity or floppiness of the trunk and limbs or a combination of all these symptoms. People suffering from this condition may also have problems with swallowing and even experience vision problems due to imbalance of the eye muscle. Cerebral palsy may cause a person to lose mobility while it may result in intellectual disability in some other person. Some of the other symptoms may include blindness, deafness and epilepsy.

Cerebral palsy may be caused due to a number of factors. So the treatment for cerebral palsy is also as complex as the disease itself. The main target of treating cerebral palsy includes: improving mobility, controlling pain, managing the primary conditions, maximizing independence, fostering self-care, improving interactions with the society and family, improving the potential to learn, controlling the pain and furnishing a better quality of life.

Treatment involves taking a lot of different steps. A child may require the services of an entire medical care team which can include a pediatrician, orthopaedic surgeon, speech-language specialist, mental health specialist, developmental therapist, physical therapist and even a special education teacher. Sometimes medications and alternative therapies are also used. In some cases, a physician my also recommend surgery.

How is the treatment done?

Both children and adults afflicted with cerebral palsy require the services of a medical care team which includes a pediatrician or physiatrist who oversees the entire treatment plan. An orthopedic surgeon is required to treat the muscle and bone disorders. A child suffering from this condition may require the services of an occupational therapist, who will help him/her to develop the skills and to learn to use adaptive products that will help him/her in performing daily activities. A speech-language specialist helps a person to deal with problems with speech, language and swallowing problems. A special education teacher will help a person to address the problems associated with learning by identifying the special educational requirements of the person.

Sometimes a doctor may recommend medications to improve the functioning of the body, to treat pain or to manage any complications that may arise related to spasticity or other symptoms of cerebral palsy. Doctors may recommend Botox injections to be administered directly into the muscle or nerve if a person suffers from spasticity of a single muscle group. Drugs like Valium, dantrium and gablofen are oral muscle relaxants that are used to treat generalized spasticity.

Physical therapy, occupational therapy, recreational therapy and speech and language therapy help a person with cerebral palsy to improve his/her functional abilities. Furthermore, orthopedic surgery may be recommended to children suffering from severe contractures or deformities. This surgery is basically used to place arms, legs or hips in their correct positions. When all other treatments have failed, a surgeon may perform a procedure called selective dorsal rhizotomy. This involves cutting the nerves that serves the spastic muscle.

Who is eligible for the treatment? (When is the treatment done?)

A person suffering from cerebral palsy may suffer from underdeveloped or overdeveloped muscles, poor balance and coordination known as ataxia, spastic paralysis, athetosis or involuntary and slow writhing movements and limited range of body movement. The child may have problems with his/her basic development; have problems with vision or hearing, may suffer from seizures, may drool and have problems with sucking, swallowing and feeding and also have difficulty in controlling bladder or bowel movements. A person experiencing some or most of these symptoms is eligible for treatment.

Who is not eligible for the treatment?

A physician may check an infant’s medical history and track his/her development to see whether he/she is suffering from cerebral palsy or not. A doctor will examine a child’s movements, posture, muscle tone and also his/her reflexes. A child not diagnosed by a doctor to be suffering from this condition is not eligible for treatment. A person may suffer from other conditions which have similar symptoms like tumor or muscular dystrophy. In such cases blood tests, head ultrasound or an MRI or CT scan may be performed for proper diagnosis.

Are there any side effects?

Botox injections may cause side effects like allergic reactions, itching, rash, stiffness of muscles, shortness of breath, nausea, pain in the neck and back, muscle weakness, diarrhea, stomach pain and difficulty in swallowing. A person may also suffer from injection site reactions like bruising, bleeding, redness, swelling and infection. A person taking diazepam may suffer from shakiness, unsteadiness and even may experience problems with controlling or coordinating muscle. Patients may also suffer from post-surgical complications if he/she has undergone orthopedic surgery or selective posterior rhizotomy.

What are the post-treatment guidelines?

A child’s functional abilities are impaired if he/she suffers from cerebral palsy. The best treatment includes nondrug therapies like physical therapy, occupational therapy, recreational therapy and speech and language therapy. There is basically no cure for cerebral palsy. A person suffering from this will have some impairment and the most that can be done is manage the symptoms and ease the pain. So a person will have to undertake treatment for a long time. Hence, there are no such post-treatment guidelines.

How long does it take to recover?

There is no such treatment for cerebral palsy. The brain injury or the problem causing cerebral palsy does not get worse, but in some other cases, newer complications may arise. People with cerebral palsy are often considered healthy even if they have impairment. A child affected by this condition my live for 30-70 years depending on the severity of the condition.

What is the price of the treatment in India?

Botox injections may cost between Rs 15000 – Rs 18000 in India. A speech and language therapy session may cost anything between Rs 6000 and Rs 10000. Physical therapy sessions cost around Rs 3000. Selective dorsal rhizotomy is expensive and may cost more than Rs 20 lakhs.

Are the results of the treatment permanent?

People with cerebral palsy suffer from some impairment. Drugs or different therapies may help them to lead a better life. But they do not normally provide a permanent cure. They help to contain the symptoms. Newer complications may arise as the child gradually ages. Thus, he/she will have to continue with the therapy or continue taking the prescribed drugs. Thus, in most cases, the results are not permanent.

What are the alternatives to the treatment?

Controlled clinical trials like hyperbaric oxygen therapy, resistance exercise training by using special clothing and even some types of electrical stimulation are used to treat cerebral palsy in spite of inconclusive treatment. Doctors are also exploring the reliability of stem cell therapy to treat cerebral palsy.

Safety: Medium Effectiveness: Medium Timeliness: Medium Relative Risk: Low Side Effects: Low Time For Recovery: High Price Range:

Rs 15000 - Rs 2 lakh

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When Your Toddler Is A Late Walker

MBBS, MD - Paediatrics
Pediatrician, Varanasi
When Your Toddler Is A Late Walker

Some babies learn to walk by the age of nine to ten months, and others may take longer, much longer to start walking properly. By the age of 15 months, people may start asking you if your little munchkin is able to walk yet. These constant questions can eventually irk you off, and keep you wondering if truly your baby is facing any sort of disability or not. In most cases, you will probably find your baby was too lazy to start walking all along, and he has mastered the art of “toddling” a couple of months later. Other times, when your baby has not started walking in over 17 months, you may want to give your paediatrician a visit.

When should you not worry?

If your baby is an active child and is playing around normally, you may not worry about him or her too much. If you find your child able to move around crawling or rapidly kicking his legs around, then your child is probably a late bloomer when it comes to walking. Other factors that will indicate that your baby is not going through any developmental issues are when he or she is able to communicate with sounds or broken speech. Other thing that you must keep in your mind is the relative age of your baby if it is born premature. If your toddler was born two months prematurely, then you must consider his developmental age by adding two months to his actual birth. Also notice if your child is able to move positions on his own, like if he is able to change positions when he is sitting down or lying down. As such, inability to walk is not really a solid indicative of a developmental disorder.

When is it of concern?

When you go to your paediatrician with your child regarding his inability to walk, your doctor will firstly take a note of the general movement of your baby. Thus the “quality” of movement is what matters the most. If your baby is showing signs of rigidity or flaccidity in his limbs, it may concern your doctor, as it is the primary symptom of cerebral palsy. Nothing can be concluded unless your get proper reports of scans like MRIs which your doctor will recommend you to get.

If your child is not walking, avoid carrying him around too much to allow him to make movements on his own. Who knows, you may find yourself chasing him around all over in no time! If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a pediatrician.

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Placental Insufficiency - Know the Facts!

Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
Placental Insufficiency -  Know the Facts!

The placenta is a link between you and your baby during pregnancy. It helps your baby to grow normally by providing it with food and oxygen. When the placenta is not able to do its work properly, the condition is called placental insufficiency or dysfunction.

Placental insufficiency is a serious complication of pregnancy and can happen when the placenta does not develop properly or is damaged. If this condition develops, the baby doesn’t get the nutrition and oxygen it needs to grow and can develop complications like low birth weight, premature birth, and birth defects. The mother can also develop dangerous complications if it’s left undiagnosed. Thus placental insufficiency must be diagnosed as early into the pregnancy to avoid these complications.

Causes of placental insufficiency
Actually, placental insufficiency is a blood flow disorder which happens due to a reduction in the mother’s blood supply. It can be triggered by vascular disorders, medications, lifestyle and  the following:         

  1. Diabetes
  2. Chronic hypertension
  3. Blood clotting disorders
  4. Serious anemia
  5. Blood thinners
  6. Smoking
  7. Drug abuse 

Other causes of placental insufficiency are cases where the placenta doesn’t attach properly to the uterine wall or if the placenta breaks away from it.

Unfortunately, there are no symptoms of this dangerous condition in the mother except that she may notice that the size of her uterus is smaller than in previous pregnancies.  She may also notice that the fetus is moving less than before. As far as symptoms of placental abruption or disruption go, there may be vaginal bleeding or pre-term labour contractions. In case placental insufficiency is not diagnosed, the mother can experience a serious fatal condition called Preeclampsia, which means high BP and protein in the urine as well as disruption of the placenta and pre-term birth. The picture for the baby is pretty dim too. The earlier placental insufficiency happens, the more grave the risk for the baby. The baby can suffer from:

  1. Cerebral palsy and learning disabilities
  2. Low body temperature 
  3. Low blood sugar 
  4. Premature birth
  5. Cesarean delivery
  6. Stillbirth
  7. Death

Placental insufficiency can’t be cured, but it can be managed. Once diagnosed, it can be managed through proper prenatal care like treating maternal high blood pressure or diabetes, education on preeclampsia and ways to self-monitor for the disease, frequent doctor visits, bed rest to conserve energy for the baby and consultation with a specialist. These can improve the baby’s chances of normal growth. 

Proper prenatal care of pregnant women is thus, very important as it can diagnose placental insufficiency early. A simple ultrasound can diagnose this dangerous condition by measuring the baby's size and growth, and assessing the size and placement of the placenta. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a gynaecologist and ask a free question.

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Pain Management Of Spasticity With Cerebral Palsy!

MD - Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Post-Graduate Diploma In Rheumatology, Post-Graduate Diploma In Sports Injury Rehabilitation, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Certified Posture Specialist
Pain Management Specialist, Delhi
Pain Management Of Spasticity With Cerebral Palsy!

Cerebral palsy is a neurologic condition that occurs in children, and is due to brain injury that develops before, during, or after childbirth. The condition presents with motor impairment, and therefore there is generalized physical and mental dysfunction. The brain continues to develop for the first two years of life, and so conditions like premature birth, asphyxia at birth, and postnatal meningitis and encephalitis.

The diagnosis could be trigged by the slow motor development, poor muscle tone, and delayed response of the baby. One of the main noticeable feature that becomes evident is the spasticity of the limbs. The child may not be able to voice it out, but pain is a significant disabling factor too. While doctors would advise that physical movement is required to keep the spasticity at bay, the pain keeps the child away from most activities. This further adds to the spasticity and worsening of the condition.

Pain control therefore assumes a significant role and the modes can range from physical therapy to pain killers to injections to surgery. The idea, in addition to pain control, is also to:

  1. Improve range of motion
  2. Improve motor response
  3. Promote good motor development
  4. Reduce and control contractures
  5. Improve overall lifestyle
  6. Improve muscle strength
  7. Improve exercise tolerance
  8. Reduce spasticity

Some of the non-medical ways to control pain are listed below.

Of course, pain killers and injections are always used when immediate relief is required. A structured physical therapy program that includes medications and exercise is the best way to manage cerebral palsy pain. Though initially difficult, over a period of time, it improves range of motion and improves joint movement.

  1. Acupuncture: Triggering specific points via needles is believed to stimulate the nerve endings and help in pain control
  2. Alternating ice and heat therapy: This is also believed to improve pain control, blood circulation, and muscle movement.
  3. Positioning in bed: A well-positioned child in bed may have less pain compared to another child who is not. Special equipment may be used also to keep the child in place, once the most comfortable situation is located.
  4. Muscle massage: The affected muscles need to be massaged repeatedly so that blood flow improves, joint movement is better, and pain is controlled.
  5. Botox is successfully used to pain control, as it paralyzes the specific muscles along with providing pain control.
  6. Medications are used regularly, which are mainly anticholinergic and anti-spastic medications. They reduce stiffness, control pain, and help in pain control too.
  7. Surgery is the last option and needs to be explored with the doctor.
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Role Of Physiotherapy In Cerebral Palsy!

Physiotherapist, Delhi
Role Of Physiotherapy In Cerebral Palsy!

What do we mean by the term cerebral palsy?
A cerebral palsy is a group of permanent movement disorders which occur in early childhood. It is a neurological disorder which can occur due to many causes, such as hypoxia, injury, infection, hypoglycemia, or any other cause.

What are the symptoms of cerebral palsy?
Stiffness; tightness in the muscles of the extremities either upper or lower extremity; exaggerated movements; limited movements; abnormal gait; crossed knees; and abnormal reflexes are the common presentations of this disease.

How does physiotherapy help in cerebral palsy?
Physiotherapy is one of the best methods to assist patients with cerebral palsy. It helps in following ways:

  1. By reducing the exaggerated tone of the muscle
  2. By enhancing the development of milestones
  3. By maintaining the muscle length
  4. By correcting the posture
  5. By improving activities of daily living

What are the goals of the physiotherapy in patients with cerebral palsy?
The main goals of the physiotherapy are as follows:

  1. To make the patient independent by improving functional mobility
  2. To strengthen and stimulate the growth of muscles
  3. To improve the ability to move parts of the body
  4. To prevent the joint stiffness and muscle atrophy (wasting of the muscles) of the limbs
  5. To improve the balance and joint stability

What methods are used in physiotherapy for the patients with cerebral palsy?
It includes following methods:

  1. Stretching exercises to improve the mobility of joints and soft tissues
  2. Use of toys and games to make the therapy enjoyable for the child
  3. Use of special positions, exercises, and cushions to maintain the natural position
  4. Use of braces, casts, and splints to straighten the joint, support the joint, and to manage uncontrolled limb movements
  5. Use of a special plastic jacket to prevent exaggerated curvature of joints
  6. Use of equipment for constraint-induced movement therapy, to improve movements through presenting interesting activities, and giving praise and rewards when a child makes attempts to use the less-functioning muscles
  7. Use of tilt-tables and standing frames
  8. Serial casting to increase the range of joint motion and repeated applications of casts, typically every one to two weeks to restore it
  9. Passive stretching or prolonged manual stretching by using the effect of body weight and gravity or mechanically with a machine or splints
  10. Use of exercise balls, resistance bands, free weights, swimming pools, and hot and cold packs
  11. Electric stimulation to improve gait and upper limb function
  12. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy to improve the oxygen supply to the surrounding neurons
  13. Use of an ankle-foot orthosis (AFO) in foot drop to prevent tripping over the toes 
  14. Use of walkers also may be prescribed to enhance mobility
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Occupational Therapy For Children - What All Should You Know

Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT), Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (BOT)
Occupational Therapist, Delhi
Occupational Therapy For Children - What All Should You Know

The human brain develops astonishingly during the first three years of life. Compared to the rest of the life, the initial three years are crucial to acquire a majority of social and cognitive skills. The brain evolves during this phase immensely. However, the development milestones are not crossed by all the kids in the same manner. In a few kids, the advancement is delayed, and the progress does not happen as desired. For optimal development, such children need additional support. This is where occupational therapy comes into the picture. Yes, this therapy is not related to adults alone and can do wonders for kids. This therapy helps such children to overcome the barriers and lead a normal life gradually.

  1. Trains to do the daily chores: Occupational therapy for kids can be used for a wide range of diseases and disorders. The major benefit the children can enjoy from occupational therapy is the ability to do the daily chores without depending on the adults. Self-help skills are improved in children. Any child who undergoes this therapy can soon start writing and drawing with ease.
  2. Dealing with a specific condition: A few kids are oversensitive, and a few are less sensitive. The organs related to the five senses send the details to the brain, and the brain interprets the signals to respond. This interpretation does not happen properly in such kids. As a result, they are not able to pay attention at school or home. This difficulty in paying attention often distracts them. This can be serious than you think. It is not only their studies that get affected but also the fact that they would not react to the fire alarm, and cannot mingle with the children of same age group. Occupational therapy helps them to stay focused. Regain of skills is possible with this therapy. Cerebral palsy is another area where the intervention of occupational therapy is essential. This is a scenario where the disorder restricts the child to a wheelchair. Moving the wheelchair, taking lunch, opening or closing closets, and other simple daily chores are taught to the kids by an occupational therapist. Management of muscular dystrophy and other disorders that restrict movement and affects the lifestyle of children may also need a therapist for training purposes.
  3. A package of methods and plans: Kids who suffer from autism and Sensory Processing Disorder have limited skills in playing and observing. The occupational therapist observes the pattern and finds where the skills need to be honed. The practitioner comes up with specific methods to train the children. It has to be understood that there is no single program and a practitioner really considers a lot of things and put together a variety of methods. The set of activities devised help with interaction, awareness, and coordination skills in these kids.

When you take the kids to an occupational therapist, he or she observes the kid. The apt plan or method to improve the skills or to train the kid to do a specific set of daily chores is devised based on the kid's condition. The age group of the kid, too, plays a vital role in designing the therapy. The therapy can be conducted in a hospital, school, home, or a specialized care center.

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Popular Questions & Answers

Doctor, I am currently recovering from Bell's Palsy. It started about 15 days ago. I think it will be gone in half a month. I have had this problem about 2 years ago. I am currently doing the electronic stimulation physiotherapy. I did the same last time for about a month. This time I was told to do MRI of my head since it is occurring again. Is there an danger in not doing the MRI? I have no problems besides Bell's Palsy by the way. Thank you.

MS - General Surgery, FMAS.Laparoscopy
General Surgeon, Gandhinagar
Hello dear Lybrate user, Warm welcome to I have evaluated your query thoroughly. The MRI is for diagnostic modality, there is no harm in not doing MRI Continue current medications and physiotherapy for better recovery Later on if you think, decide for MRI later on. Hope this clears your query. Wishing you fine recovery. Welcome for any further assistance at my private URL Regards take care.

Sir I am suffering for cerebral Palsy from the age of 5 years till now onward. Now my age is 27. So please suggest me some tips so that I can be better. Thanks.

MS - General Surgery, FMAS.Laparoscopy
General Surgeon, Gandhinagar
Hello dear Lybrate user, Warm welcome to I have evaluated your query thoroughly. Balanced nutritious diet, deep breathing exercises, YOGA will support best. Hope this clears your query. Wishing you fine recovery. Welcome for any further assistance. Regards take care.
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What are the latest treatments for cerebral palsy and autism? What is the difference between cerebral palsy and autism? Please tell me symptoms of c.p and autism?

BSC - Hearing and Speech
Speech Therapist, Salem
Autism affects the normal development of the brain in areas such as social interaction, problem-solving and communication. Cerebral Palsy is actually caused by brain damage. The brain damage is caused by brain injury or abnormal development of the brain that occurs while a child’s brain is still developing — before birth, during birth, or immediately after birth. Cerebral Palsy affects body movement, muscle control, muscle coordination, muscle tone, reflex, posture and balance. It can also impact fine motor skills, gross motor skills and oral motor functioning. In both Autism and Cerebral palsy, they need ongoing therapies for their difficulties they face. Most of the time they need, Speech therapy, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy (for cp kids basically), medications if needed. Team approach with the above said team members will produce good results in the child’s development. Thanks.

My child of 5 years completed and suffering from cerebral palsy. He unable to talk till now. So please respond my question?

MBBS, MCH Neurosurgery
Neurosurgeon, Hisar
Hi, 5 years old child with cerebral palsy and unable to walk till now .Generally therw is no cure for cerebral palsy and only physiotherapy can help. You are advised to go to pediatric rehabilitation centre. Thanks.
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I have a daughter with cerebral palsy and the Dr. said he will treat with drug please need opinion because right noe daughter can not walk, stand on her feet or weight, talk, can not grab anything with her hands or used her hand to feed her self. She is 5 years old.

MBBS, MCH Neurosurgery
Neurosurgeon, Hisar
Hi, cerebral palsy is a sequlae of hypoxic injury to brain .It can not be cured .Generally children with CP need extra care and dependent on their parents .You are advised to go to pediatric rehabilitation centre. Stem cell transplant may have some role in treatment. Thanks.

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What is the treatment?
How is the treatment done?
Who is eligible for the treatment? (When is the treatment done?)
Who is not eligible for the treatment?
Are there any side effects?
What are the post-treatment guidelines?
How long does it take to recover?
What is the price of the treatment in India?
Are the results of the treatment permanent?
What are the alternatives to the treatment?
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I am Dr. Abhay Patil from Ashwini Homeopathy. We have established our homeopathy center in 1994 and it is a registered clinic. We are classical homeopaths and are placed in Vashi. Since past 10 years we have developed the science in which we are able to correlate homeopathy and astrology we call it astro-homeopathy. As all of you must be aware in homeopathy, history of a person is very important for us. It includes the nature of the patient, the eating habits of the patient. Sometimes the patient is not able to give us proper information or he is reluctant to give proper information, he may be in coma or paralysis.

So if we have the birth chart of the patient, we can correlate from the chart what could be his nature, what could be his habits, what type of diseases he could be having which helps us to prescribe right homeopathy medicines. We have used this method in thousands of cases who are autistic, who are cerebral palsy patients, where there is practically no history given by the parents. Only on the basis of the chart we are able to analyse and predict what could be the nature and what could be the disease of the patient and prescribe homeopathy medicine and get wonderful results.

I just give you an example- this is a horoscope that you must be aware of. This sign is Aries or Mesh rashi. Suppose we got n number of planets in Aries or Mars in Aries where the dominant sign in the patient is Aries. We can predict definitely that he can develop blood pressure, he can have a stroke, he can have a migraine or he will get a child who has the dominant Aries sign, can have a cerebral palsy, basically head injuries. Such a person will be prone to head injuries, stroke, blood pressure etc.

This type of patient will usually be fast, restless in nature, they don't like to sit in one place, they are very adventurous, they are very ambitious in nature. The medicines which are indicated in Aries signs are belladonna, veratrum album, mercury etc. And analyzing other symptoms which the patient may present we can prescribe the right medicines. For more information on Astro-homeopathy or if you want to understand more about Astro-homeopathy you can contact us on or our website.

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Body Pain Related To Posture

We are working on postural association of lifestyle disease, postural association of pain and postural association of most of the evolving muscular-skeletal issue. If we notice what has changed during the last few years, there has been masive change in our lifestyle, our living standards, our surroundings that ultimately we are going towards modernization. By modernisation we are changing our surroundings. Previously we used to walk on soft floor. Now we are walking on much harder floor. Our running surface has been changed, our sitting posture, our living standard, our lifestyle all the things are changing. At Rehab For You, we are advising you how to live with your surroundings, how do you change your surrounding so that you live comfortably, how we can rectify your posture on how we can rectify your defective areas, how we can give you rapid cure from pain. Also at Rehab For You we are working on rapid cure from pain.

Pain is a biggest enemy of human body. Simply if you have pain you ask for a painkiller but how is it helping you? It is infact killing you. You are subsiding your pain by suppressing your pain center. After some time there is a again recurrence of pain, you are again taking painkiller. This cycle has been repeated so many times but here at our centre we are working on target organs. We are working on how to give rapid cure. Like in osteoarthritis people use to take painkiller for decades also but what happened? They are ultimately damaging their sensitive areas. They are taking painkiller, they are putting more pressure on their damaged areas and by doing so they are fully damaging their joints.

At Rehab For You, we are mostly working on injection therapy like, injection Botox, PRP, steroid injection. How much and how rapid can they give you relief from pain. Third area of our concern is Cerebral Palsy. In India 95% of cerebral palsy are not getting proper treatment because most of the parents are not knowledgeable enough. Most of the time they are engaged in therapies and sessions for so many years. Ultimately the golden phase in which you can expect maximum recovery is lost. Fourth, we are working on handicap rehabilitation. By handicap few people are having muscular-skeletal issue, few people are having amputation. By providing them appropriate advice and splint support and prosthetics. We are helping them in rapid ambulation. As soon as the patient will ambulate, they will get more confidence and more active lifestyle. Fifth, we are not working much on medication, we are working more on how to change lifestyle, how to correct posture, how to correct pain. That is our ultimate moto.

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