• Documentry
    Documentary on Cerebral Palsy
    Beyond the horizon
  • Media Briefing
    Media briefing by Dr Jain
    C P Day celebration
  • Paralympic games
    Paralympic games
    for children affected with cerebral palsy
  • Cutting edge performance
    Cutting edge performance
    by Mr. Kamlesh Patel
  • Triplegic spastic cerebral palsy affected girl can run
    Triplegic spastic cerebral palsy affected girl can run
  • Shormi Roy affected with cerebral palsy
    Shormi Roy affected with C P
    narrating her success story
  • Mr Apoorva with Quadriplegic CP can Walk
    Mr Apoorva with Quadriplegic CP can Walk
  • Excellent recovery in adolescent with mixed cerebral palsy GMFCS 5
    Excellent recovery in adolescent with mixed cerebral palsy GMFCS 5
  • Cerebral Palsy : physiotherapy
    Cerebral Palsy
    physiotherapy
  • Exercise technique in Dyskinetic cerebral palsy
    Exercise technique in Dyskinetic cerebral palsy
  • Exercise technique
    Exercise to improve neck holding & trunk control
    in CP affected children
  • Dyskinetic (Athetoid) Cerebral Palsy : Physiotherapy Technique
    Dyskinetic (Athetoid) Cerebral Palsy
    Physiotherapy Technique
  • Decision making in treatment of cerebral palsy affected kids
    Decision making
    in treatment of CP affected kids
  • Sharing of experience & message to parents of children with cerebral palsy
    Sharing of experience & message
    to parents of children with cerebral palsy
  • Cerebral Palsy Children can also perform excellence
    Cerebral Palsy Children can also perform excellence
  • Cerebral Palsy: message by doctor parents
    Cerebral Palsy
    Message by doctor parents
  • Cerebral Palsy : an inspirational success story of Jasmit
    Cerebral Palsy
    An Inspirational success story of Jasmit
  • Cerebral Palsy : an inspirational success story of Jasmit
    Equinus gait in cerebral palsy management
  • CP affected adolescent children (sever disability) can also walk after SEMLOSSS
    CP affected adolescent children (sever disability) can also walk after SEMLOSSS
  • Dyskinetic Cerebral Palsy
    Dyskinetic Cerebral Palsy
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World of Trishla

World of TrishlaThe world of Trishla has passed its journey of 10 years starting from year 2005, with high aim. Initially centre used to provide consultation to all difficult orthopedic problems but now this center is being recognized as a center of excellence in providing comprehensive care in the field of pediatric orthopedics and & reconstructive surgery. Center has given new hope of life in more than 10K children with different orthopedic problem like congenital anomalies (Club foot, CDH, Proximal femoral deficiency, fibular hemimelia , tibial hemimelia), cerebral palsy, post polio residual deformity, limb shortening, post osteomyelitis joint & bony deformity, meningo-myelocoele. At present it has orthopaedic clinic with well developed Rehab Center. Trishla Orthopedic clinic provide all financial & technical support to Samvedna Trust & Trishla Foundation. Major surgeries are being performed at private hospital set up equipped with all major facilities.

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  • Disability is a matter of perception. If you can do just one thing well, you’re needed by someone.
    – Martina Navratilova

  • It was ability that mattered, not disability, which is a word I’m not crazy about using.
    – Marlee Matlin

  • The only disability in life is a bad attitude.
    – Scott Hamilton

  • Disability is not a brave struggle or ‘courage in the face of adversity’. Disability is an art. It’s an ingenious way to live.
    – Neil Marcus

  • For me, disability is a way of getting some extremity, some kind of very difficult situation, that throws an interesting light on people.
    – Mark Haddon

CP Village: A World for Cerebral Palsy children

CP VillageIn our modern society, where everyone is looking for healthy & meaningful life, still we have very limited opportunity for CP affected person. It is very important that CP persons should be made ambulatory and independent as much as possible so that they can plan out life in their way in a CP friendly environment. For completion of this task we are planning to start CP village in near future, where everything would be available for CP children at one place including assessment, treatment, rehabilitation, early education and temporary stay of parents along with their CP children, a village, in which they can stay for total rehabilitation. So they can go back to home and join main stream school. In the village we are planning to have a team of rehab personnel, specialist, social worker and counselor to fulfill our objective. In this centre we will provide all kinds of help to these children so that cerebral palsy affected persons can improve their ability for living good quality of life without hesitation and fear. There is plan to start inclusive schools, playgrounds, horse riding, hydrotherapy, disable friendly library, internet facilities and training cum research institute. At present we have a CP home with facility of families stay, in-house therapy & training in activity of Daily living, facility of transportation and social interaction in various forms.
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Cerebral palsy

Cerebral palsyIn our society there are lots of myths about this problem, like these children can’t have good quality of life, they will remain disable for whole life and most of them are mentally retarded and can’t do much in their life and so on… But this is not the whole truth. It is proven fact that with early intervention more than 80% children can be given fully acceptable life in society. Quality of life & survival in Cerebral Palsy affected children with ambulatory capability with or without walking aid is roughly equal to normal population. More than 70% children with mild to moderate affection have nearly normal IQ. They can be active, productive members of their communities. They can have jobs, live independently, marry, have children & retire. They can even excel in the activity given to them. But this can happen only when every parent and other members of society know about different aspects of cerebral palsy and give them a chance of good quality of treatment. Read More

Pediatric Disabilities

PediaticPediatric Disabilities are challenge for medical society. Now with advance medical & surgical intervention, we can save many children from long term disability. Children can be affected by congenital problem of musculoskeletal systems like partial or complete deficiency of limb, club foot, DDH etc. Neuromuscular disorders are Cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy. Neurological disorder which can affect children are spina bifida, autism, epilepsy, attention deficit disorder etc. Various other problems like genetic disorders such as down syndrome & metabolic diseases, developmental disorder like bony deformity and acquired disorder like rickets, musculoakeletal infection & trauma etc can also effect growing children. All these problem can present children from mild to severe form and if not managed in early phase with good quality of treatment the children can remain handicapped for whole life. We accept these challenges and try to provide latest & innovative techniques of intervention to get complete pediatric orthopedic cure. In last one decade, we have given new lease of life to thousands of children affected with various kinds of orthopedic problems. We help hundreds of children from poor socioeconomic backgrounds to get rid of disability by utilizing latest & proven concept of surgical & medical management in these children. Read More

Activities

ActivityTrishla Foundation regularly organizes many activities for cerebral palsy affected children & their families with the aim to make them self reliant so that they may lead a normal life in the society. Most of the activities are being planned toward creation of social space for them, to increase awareness regarding CP in the masses; their right to existence in the society. For this purpose, we organize awareness program cum camps, workshop cum CMEs, Conferences, CP fairs, games for special children, art and cultural exhibition, etc. We take the children to picnic spots at regular period for social exposure. We also organize indoor & outdoor events for exploring extracurricular activity & increasing confidence and sportive spirit. We celebrate world cerebral palsy day and annual function at grand level. Read More

Physiotherapy: Inspired by Yoga

PHYSIOLOGYCerebral palsy presents itself in various types such as spastic, hypotonic, athetoid and dystonic, out of which athetoid & dystonic variety are very difficult to manage. Routine physiotherapy is not of much use to these children. They are also under lot of physical, mental stress. Both these issues can be managed very well by utilizing the concept of meditation & yoga. These yogasanas are very useful in spastic cerebral palsy also. This meditation and yoga helps relive anxiety and relax muscles which help in therapy in turn. We utilize this concept in many difficult situations and are getting excellent outcome in non-responding individuals. Read More

What’s Upcoming

  • Assessment cum awareness camp for children with cerebral palsy & orthopaedic disability —–
    22nd Jan- Korba, Chhatisgarh
    23th Jan, Raigarh, Chhatisgarh
    24th Jan, Raipur, Chhatisgarh
    6th Feb, Shiwan, Bihar
    7th Feb, Sitamarhi, Bihar,
    8th Feb, Motihari, Bihar
    13th Feb, Bharatpur, Rajasthan
    14th Feb, Sawai madhopur, Rajasthan
    21st Feb, Moradabad, UP
    22nd Feb, Lodhiyana, Punjab
    Contact Mr Alok singh on 09453039213 / Mr Vaibhav on 09935102728 / mail on jjain999@gmail.com for more info

    Assessment cum awareness

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सेरेब्रल पालसी जीवन पर्यन्त रहने वाली समस्या है । किसी भी पद्धति से इसका पूर्ण निदान संभव नही है । हमारा प्रयास ऐसे बच्चों के जीवन को बेहतर बनाना है । इन बच्चों के इलाज में ऑपरेशन एवं फिजियोथेरेपी का प्रभाव सीमित लेकिन अहम होता है । इनका स्वास्थ्य होना बिमारी की तीव्रता, उम्र और अभिभावक की सक्रियता पर निर्भर है ।

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Cerebral Palsy – An Overview

Cerebral palsy is the term used to define most common neurological disorder that occurs due to damage in the developing brain in utero, infancy or in early childhood up to 3 year age, and after that it permanently affects body movement and causes lack of muscle coordination. Brain lesion don’t get worse over period of time but physical disability can regress, remain same or may improve with time depending upon treatment intervention. half of these children can have one or more other problem like problem in speech, hearing, vision, convulsion, recurrent infection.Read More

Advantage of New Techniques

Permanent correction of deformity can be achieved with this concept & recurrence is very –very rare so most of time child do not require second surgical intervention. Earlier thought was that, result of surgery in cerebral palsy is unpredictable, some feel better and some worse following surgery. Now with the advance technique and well planned surgery, child always get good outcome. Well performed surgery on properly selected patient give good result provided the rehabilitation after surgery is carefully managed.Read More

Recent Advancements

Single Event Multilevel Surgery(SEMLS), in this concept all the deformities and affected muscles are operated in single setting anesthesia so that child can be saved from repeated surgical intervention. Result is always better if every deformity in the body is corrected simultaneously which should be followed by well planed physiotherapy Early Surgical Intervention Ideal age for the surgical intervention is 6-10 years because gait matured in children at age of 5-6 years. Surgery can also be performed in elder age children. Read More

Major causes of Cerebral Palsy in Children

Cerebral palsy occurs because of brain insult in-utero, during delivery or after delivery up-to 3 year of age. Major causes are in-utero infection like toxoplasmosis, rubella, cytomegalovirus (TORCH Infection), genetic factor, brain structural problem, sever jaundice, hypoxia in premature & low birth weight baby, infection and brain trauma.Read More

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