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Hemiplegic Cerebral Palsy Treatment

A hemiplegic cerebral palsy is a form of spastic cerebral palsy. In hemiplegia cerebral palsy one side of the body is affected where the group of muscles in one side can’t move.

In hemiplegia cerebral palsy one side of the body is affected where a group of muscles on one side unable to move. This condition of cerebral palsy occurs due to stroke. It includes muscles of the face, arms, and legs.

There are various types of hemiplegia. For example Facial hemiplegia, cerebral hemiplegia, spastic hemiplegia, and spinal hemiplegia. Facial hemiplegia defines as the paralysis where one side of the face is affected. In cerebral hemiplegia, brain lesion disrupts the flow of blood in the brain. In Spastic hemiplegia one side of the body affected by the paralysis. In spinal hemiplegia, lesions are formed on the spine. Stroke is the most common cause of hemiplegia. Stroke is occurred due to some damage in the brain and interrupt in normal blood supply. Perinatal strokes occur in infants after two to three days of birth and it causes a cerebral palsy condition in children. There are many limitations in cerebral palsy.

How hemiplegia cerebral palsy treatment in Possible:

As we know that the cerebral palsy treatment is not possible completely but management in the cerebral palsy condition is possible after some treatment. These treatments help CP patients to become independent. There some treatment commonly used for hemiplegia cerebral palsy given as below:

  • Physical Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Speech Therapy
  • Oral Medications
  • Seizure medication
  • Splints to improve muscles movements
  • Braces for muscles imbalance
  • Orthopedic surgery to improve the functions
  • Sensory integration

If you have any query regarding cerebral palsy or spastic cerebral palsy treatment then contact with us.


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