Signs & Symptoms of Cerebral Palsy

SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF CEREBRAL PALSY. 1.Variation in muscle tone such as being either too stiff with exaggerated reflexes¬† or floppy. 2.Fidgeting, Jerky (involuntary ) or clumsy movements . 3.Delayment in reaching developmental milestone e.g not able to hold his/her neck by 4 months. 4.Muscle spasms . 5.walking on tiptoes. 6.Swallowing disorders . 7.Drooling. 8.Seizures …

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Risk Factors Related to Cerebral Palsy

RISK FACTORS RELATED TO CEREBRAL PALSY. PREMATURITY {PRETERM} Infants born prematurely faces a number of challenges as their bodies and nervous system may not have fully developed hence exposing them to infection and other complications that may contribute to cerebral palsy .Although premature birth doesn’t mean a child will develop cerebral palsy or any health …

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Some of the equipment that we fabricate and use them in the management of cerebral palsy are discussed below.

1.SUPINE STABILIZER. A supine stabilizer is a leg support equipment that is designed to help an individual to keep a neutral ,supine position for long time. People who finds it hard to move at any age and for any reason often spends long period of time in one position over time and these positions can …

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