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cerebral palsy

What are the symptoms of cerebral palsy?

Cerebral palsy in children is the movement disorder acquired in the early stages of childhood. It is accompanied by problems in hearing, poor vision, poor balancing and speech delay. The movement disorder may include poor muscle tone, stiff muscles, deformed body shape mainly hands and feet and involuntary actions. The muscle tone is the automatic ability of muscles to tighten and relax. Often, the lack of coordination in muscles is observed in children suffering from cerebral palsy.

The onset of cerebral palsy disorder in children is due to neurological disorders and brain injury. The damage to the brain may be caused due to infections, a low supply of oxygen to the developing tissues of the brain, bleeding in the brain which prevents the supply of blood to a particular tissue causing its death or a blow to the head after birth results in neurological disorder.

Signs and symptoms

The damage to several parts of the brain affects the voluntary and involuntary movements of the body. The symptoms of cerebral palsy may not necessarily be progressive with age and some children tend to show improvements. The symptoms of cerebral palsy appear right from the birth and some are observed during the 2-3 years of age.

The signs and symptoms of cerebral palsy include :

  • Over-developed or under-developed body muscles

  • Improper body postures

  • Limited body movement

  • Involuntary actions

  • Stiff and clumsy body movements

  • Poor muscle tone

  • Poor body coordination and balance

  • Poor vision

  • Auditory issues

  • Delayed body development

  • Difficulty in swallowing

Cerebral palsy treatment

A team of well-trained therapists and professionals is required to cure and control the symptoms of cerebral palsy. Once the neurological disorders, improper functioning of the nervous system, and body muscles are diagnosed, the proper treatment process is required to be followed. Though the occurrence of cerebral palsy symptoms is not controllable but timely precautions followed at the time of pregnancy certainly helps in avoiding.

The condition of cerebral palsy is not progressive but it has serious impacts on day to day activities of the child. To cure and control cerebral palsy’s symptoms, The International Institute for the Achievement of Human Potential(IIAHP) therapy center makes every possible way to ensure normal and sustainable growth in your child. The use of the latest foreign techniques and therapies cures your child in appropriate manner. We also provide advanced intellectual program to enhance skills learning in your child.

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