The conventional care of cerebral palsy treatment incorporates systems, products, and practices which have been developed through continuous research, tests and approvals of reputed medical communities all across the world. The use of complementary medicine and physical therapy differs from the conventional approach as it has not been tested and approved but is kept under consideration. The complimentary medicine can be used under an expert's supervision as a support to control the cerebral palsy symptoms. It is important to note here that the cerebral palsy in children manifests itself through a variety of conditions, including physical impairment, changes in muscle tone, reflexes, balance, posture along with inability in performing fine motor functions, oral motor functions, and gross motor functions. These primary conditions gradually pave the way for secondary conditions which can be healed with the right cerebral palsy diagnosis. The treatment of cerebral palsy in infants is further complicated by co-mitigating factors which exist as a distinct condition from cerebral palsy requiring a separate treatment plan. For instance, the cerebral palsy in children may lead to a complication in facial muscle co-ordination and control and this is regarded as a primary condition. Owing to the inability to control facial muscles, the kid may find it hard to chew, eat, swallow and speak which are regarded as secondary conditions. In addition to all these palsy symptoms, the child may also have another unrelated disease, like asthma or allergy which is considered as a co-mitigating factor.
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