At four months of age, Charlotte Hendricks from Grand Rapids, Michigan, was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy. Her parents were worried that she would neither be able to move nor walk properly. Charlotte had difficulty in sitting up on her own and was fearful of most types of movement. In order to address her condition, she started undergoing regular Physiotherapy sessions at a local hospital. A few months ago, Charlotte had started taking her first steps with the aid of a walker. Today, at 19 months of age, she is literally, making strides towards walking on her own. Charlotte’s parents are enthused by the progress their child is making through Physiotherapy. Currently, is the most prevalent motor disability found in children. According to the Cerebral Palsy , population-based studies from around the globe pegs the incidence of CP from 1.5 to 4 for every 1000 births. The condition has a detrimental effect on muscle control, coordination, tone, reflexes, as well as varying motor skills and speech. The effects of this condition carry on into adulthood and greatly hamper quality of life of an individual. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
What is Cerebral Palsy? Cerebral Palsy is a disability that affect movement and posture. It is the most common physical disability in childhood.
Physiotherapy treatment serves as front-line intervention for Cerebral Palsy. Undergoing PT Treatment mitigates movement problems that are commonly experienced at various levels by patients. Physiotherapy also provides the added benefit of a reduced likelihood of complications and complete disability. By undergoing a well-executed Physiotherapy regimen, patients diagnosed with CP are able to improve overall function and health. For younger patients, this can mean making progress towards experiencing regular daily activities and a normal childhood. For many sufferers of CP however, Physiotherapy is not enough. While Physiotherapy is a large part of any attempt to address Cerebral Palsy, it works best when implemented alongside other complementary forms of treatment. At ,we combine various forms of treatments, therapies, and rehabilitation to achieve optimal results for our patients. We provide industry-leading Stem Cell Treatment alongside a number of procedures including Physiotherapy, Aquatic Therapy, Occupational Therapy, as well as Special Diet Plans and Consultations. These treatments are provided in state-of-the-art medical facilities by specialised medical experts supported by a professional team comprised of highly-trained staff. Unique Access Medical Unique Access Medical’s multi-faceted treatment for CP has helped its patients attain remarkable levels of progress that they have failed to achieve through standard treatments. experienced significant psychomotor improvements after receiving an initial combination of treatments for his CP. He has started to speak more and he had gained a stronger appetite as well. He gained increased strength in his legs and body which has allowed him to better hold his weight for a longer period. After a second round of treatment, he has been able to walk with assistance. Emilio, a two-year-old patient from Mexico has exhibited an increased appetite, improved disposition, and has started to talk more. Her parents are happy with the improvements that she has made and are recommending the Stem Cell Treatment with Unique Access Medical. Sandy, a nine-year-old patient from Brazil
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