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Gross Motor Child Development Deficits Treatment Physical Therapy
Any physical therapy for a microcephaly child?how there lives can be improved?any treatment for them?send me some video for physical therapy
A child with a head: size < 5th%ile for age + developmental delays needs evaluations for genetic & other medical causes by a pediatric neurologist & a developmental/ /behavioral pediatrician. Your state Early Intervention Program provides PT & other needed therapies from birth-3. If 3-5, call your school district's Child Find Team for eligibility for Early Childhood Special Education. Apply for SSI & Medicaid funds. ...Read more
Am a physical therapy dr hav this child that can walk and stand bu not alone he just afraid to stand alone he must feel supported what can I do for ?
Need more info: Re age, social situation, etc. How far off milestones? Other med issues? Know you've considered many possibilities. Some thought-if very young, is there any possibility of pain contributing (hips)? Also, how is proprioception? And then, of course, there's poss psychosocial issues. What is maternal bond like? Response to rewards? Consider discussing w pediatrician & poss child psych evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below: Pt referrals are usually for injury rehab, aid in developmental delay, or aid for increased or decreased muscle tone. ...Read more
Ususally not: Do not know the age of your child or whcih bone was broken but, in general, children w/broken tibias's , ankles, and other bones rarely require formal pt after the fx. Has healed(after casting, rodding etc.).Occassionally it is helpful but most children regain joint motion and strength on their own unless a severe injury was sustained.Older children(>12)and more severe fx>likelihood for p.T. ...Read more
Can tibial tortion in 2 years old baby self correct or need a surgical procedure or physical therapy.
See a pediatrician .: You should bring your 20yr baby to see a pediatrician for general health check for nutrition, growth, and development, and specific growth of legs, etc. so she/he may sort out what may cause such - inborn or acquired - and recommend how to manage the current concern about baby's legs. So, act ASAP. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Difficult: This is a tough one. Itb symptoms can be very difficult to treat and often times persistent pt and time are the best answer. Topical nsaids such as voltaren gel or Flector Patch (diclofenac) may help. Consider massage therapy. Tens units (electrical stimulation) sometimes help. Lastly, local steroid injections are an option as well. ...Read more
Had left side and right side treatment for bilateral possioning vertigo. Dr said if this don't work then physical therapy. What do I expect?
My doctor sent me to physical therapy. I didn't want to delay treatment so i could find the costs. Should have to pay thousands for 4 hours of pt?
Shop around: If you are paying out of pocket for pt shop around for the best care with the cost being a consideration. The referring doctor should be able to refer you to several different therapy places they have sent patients to before. "thousands" implies the cost for 4 hours is at least $2000 meaning 500/hour that seems a bit steep ( to be diplomatic). ;-). ...Read more
What is the duration for the physical therapy treatment for cervical disk herniations, and is physical therapy needed, or home exercises are enough?
Highly individual: Many, if not most, patients will benefit from physical therapy as part of conservative therapy for a herniated cervical disc. Pain control medicines, muscle relaxants & anti-inflammatories are first line.Physical therapists can instruct in avoiding painful positions & appropriate exercise as well as treat with ice/heat, traction, ultrasound, TENS, bracing. Home therapy follows after a few sessions ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hard to Say: Injections will give you pain relief early, but PT can be just as helpful but will take time to get relief. There is new research coming out that when you are in a lot of pain, you're body actually stops you from performing exercises so that you may not benefit from PT initially. So we believe that if you at least improve your pain first, you can then proceed with the exercise therapy programs. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Adjunctive: Injections can be very helpful adjunctive treatments for sciatica but in my opinion they should be combined with a good physical therapy program. I find that the two together work better than either one separately however, depending on the situation i will often use pt alone as a first attempt and add an injection if the pt is not helping. Not everyone agrees with me on this however. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Integrate : The cause for the sciatica should be delineated first. Physical therapy is an important first step in most cases. In more severe or refractory cases, injection is indicated. In my opinion, the combination of injections and physical therapy is likely to be more effective than either one alone. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
There are variations: But it will focus on strengthening, range of motion increase and teaching proper mechanics and posture. You can read more about it at: www.Spine-health.Com hope that helps! ...Read more
What is the best, most long lasting treatment pars defect. Physical therapy and injections help very little.
Depends on a number: of factors, which your Spinal surgeon should be able to discuss with you. See a Spinal surgeon so as to get properly get Diagnosed and management would then be initiated for you. Good luck. ...Read more
Is it true that once your TMJ go into spasm you can never get it out ...Despite treatment and physical therapy?
No: That is fortunately not correct. With proper diagnosis first followed with proper treatment most TMJ muscle related problems will go away. The key is proper diagnosis. With basic muscle spasm the doctor must check the bite and deprogram the muscles with splint and phyical therapy. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Will i need physical therapy after hip resurfacing? Will i need ongoing treatment such as physical therapy after my hip resurfacing procedure?
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