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...is a corruption of French "paralise" from Latinized Greek "paralysis." In the old days it meant any kind of persistent weakness. To this day Parkinson's disease is also called "paralysis agitans" which is a Latin translation of Dr. Parkinson's original name for it, the "shaking palsy." We've obviously reborrowed the full form "paralysis" into English as well; today ...Read more
Range of motion: Webs palsy typically occurs from an injury to the brachial plexus, resulting in varying degrees of loss in motor function in the arm. The critical thing is to try to maintain as much passive and active range of motion in the arm and shoulder to prevent contracture so that, if the plexus does recover there will be motion in the joint to allow the muscles and joints to function properly. PT and OT ...Read more
No.: But that doesn't mean some new form of therapy is on the horizon. Neurosciences is definitely one of the most exciting fields today; it will lead to more close understanding of how our brains get as screwed up as they are, and then hopefully how to screw them on straight. Hurrah to my daughter, arielle, who is to become chief resident of neurology at nyu. ...Read more
Diagnosed with nmd. Dunno what diagnosis is but what vitamins can a person with pseudobalby palsy take.?
Replace all vitamins: Replace all vitamin deficiency states, take intramax minerals to insure you get all the carbonized minerals. B-6 is the producer of more products of health than any other vitamin, and a deficiency leads to autoimmunity, limited products of health. You often have an elevated b-6 which means it is inactive, without a phosphate to activate b-6. Mitorestore+niacin+vit-c 2xd activates b-6 ask md 1st. ...Read more
Will radio frequency treatment help bels palsy symptoms i actually have my bels palsy from contracting ramsey hunt syndrome?
Encourage developmen: Children with cerebral palsy have delay in their motor development. Physical therapists work to help encourage motor development through exercises, stretching, bracing and use of special techniques like functional electrical stimuation and kinesiotaping. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Developmental hip dysplasia in a toddler with mild cerebral palsy, can you tell me more about this?
Hip dysplasia: The hip socket is a ball and socket joint. It forms correctly when the ball is sitting correctly in the "socket area" so the socket can develop correctly around it (this is not finished at birth yet). Because of the CP, the ball of the femur may not be sitting quite right and so the socket around it is not forming correctly, which could lead to problems as child starts/is walking. ...Read more
Very rarely: Idiopathic (no cause known) bell's palsy is the presentation seen in the vast majority of patients presenting with bell's palsy. Bell's palsy caused by lyme disease is only a small fraction of all bell's palsy and should only be attributed to lyme disease in documented cases. People presenting with bell's palsy w/out other signs suggestive of lyme disease or endemic areas, aren't to be tested 4 it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a mild case of spastic delpegia cerebral palsy. Wanting to get on a workout routine that would help with my cp. Any exercises that could work?
Can't hurt: Proper stimulus only helps the body develop and mature. ...Read more
Does a child with cerebral palsy have to depend on others for everything? Can this child be trained to lead a somewhat independent life?
12wks baby erbs palsy has all movements.doctors cant determine which hand is palcy, but sometimes has some weakness,is there chance to full recovery?
Maybe: CP is a diverse condition so no one answer fits for all. Some kids will be able to achieve better posture & mobility with PT while others do not.Sometimes it becomes a matter of giving them a chance to develop the mobility they want over a specific time frame. As they get older, they often decide the lure of walking like everyone else fades when they realize they can move faster in a chair. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
A doctor diagnosed my 26 weeks premature baby with static encephalopathy and may have PVL at risk for spastic cerebral palsy (spastic diplega)?
Yes ?: That is a condition common in micro premi's. If you have a specific related question please start over and submit it.You have essentially just provided a statement, but no clear question.Your submissions are not linked and go out at random to the public site. ...Read more
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