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Space-age Therapy Suit Aids Cerebral Palsy Patients

Non-traditional therapies are always attracting the attention of those with cerebral palsy. One of the most interesting therapies to come onto the scene in the past decade is a space-age therapy suit designed to help with alignment, compression, and strengthening muscles.

About ‘suit therapy’ used to help CP patients

Suit therapy has been available at Euro-Peds National Center for Intensive… more »

Medicaid Cuts Can Affect The Benefits Of Cerebral Palsy Patients

For children with cerebral palsy, early therapy is crucial. Most families rely on Medicaid to help pay for these therapies which can include physical, occupational and speech therapy.

Cost cutting for those who need it the most

However, in South Carolina, many families of children with cerebral palsy are facing a nightmare. Medicaid cuts are being implemented which will limit… more »

How are the symptoms of cerebral palsy most commonly managed?

Cerebral palsy can’t be cured, but treatment will often improve a child’s capabilities. Many children go on to enjoy near-normal adult lives if their disabilities are properly managed. In general, the earlier treatment begins, the better chance children have of overcoming developmental disabilities or learning new ways to accomplish the tasks that challenge them. There is no standard therapy that… more »

What is the treatment for CP?

While there is no cure for CP, the symptoms can be treated in order to help the child live a more independent life. Treatment includes physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, counseling, behavioral therapy, medication, surgery, braces, and orthotic devices.

Therapeutic treatments commonly used to treat symptoms of cp

It is best if physical therapy is started soon after CP… more »

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