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Cerebral Palsy (CP) is one of the leading causes of childhood disability affecting function and development. It is defined as a non-progressive neuromotor disorder of cerebral origin that affects movement, muscle tone and posture. It is caused by an injury to the developing brain and is commonly seen in the prenatal and neonatal period. If CP is not treated, it might progress to muscle fibrosis, contractures, and subsequent musculoskeletal deformities. The quality of life is affected in children with CP and their caretakers.
It can be classified as a group of disorders that affects a person’s ability to move, maintain balance and posture. Cerebral means something related to the brain and palsy means something related to muscles.
Signs and Symptoms
Signs and symptoms are more evident during infancy or preschool years. In general, cerebral palsy might cause impaired movement associated with abnormal reflexes, either floppiness or rigidity of the limbs and trunk, abnormal posture, involuntary movements, unsteady walking, or some combination of these.
People with cerebral palsy can have problems swallowing and commonly have eye muscle imbalance, in which the eyes don’t focus on the same object. They also might have reduced range of motion at various joints of their bodies due to muscle stiffness. Cerebral palsy’s effect on function varies greatly. Some affected people can walk while others need assistance. Some people show normal or near-normal intellect, while others have intellectual disabilities. Epilepsy, blindness or deafness also might be present in some cases.
Cerebral Palsy Treatment- Ayurveda for cerebral palsy
The saddest part is that there is no known cure for CP, but supportive treatments, medications and surgery can help many. It includes physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy can help to cope up with the disabilities. Physical therapy helps to provide strength, posture, balance, flexibility, mobility. It also reduces pain and reduces the need for surgery.
Occupational therapy improves fine motor skills as well as gross motor functions, perception, oral motor skills Speech therapy can help patients with drooling problems, and also tackles problems which affect a child’s ability to eat. It also teaches children to pronounce certain words, communicate more effectively, and help develop other skills such as breathing and eating.
Ayurvedic Treatment – Cerebral Palsy disease treatment
Oman Ayurvedic Center provides a holistic approach on treatment of Cerebral Palsy
• Udvartana: Rookshana procedure is beneficial in reducing the spasticity, brings lightness to the body and relieves pain.
• Sarvanga Abhyanga :Beneficial for skin and it will divert the doshas spread all over the body to koshta.
• Bashpa sweda & Nadi sweda: sweda with dhanyamla causes excretion of waste metabolites.
• Shashtika shali pinda sweda: nourishes muscles and stimulates nerve endings.
• Nasya :Cleanse the channels of the head and neck region.
• Anuvasana vasthi & Asthapana vasthi :Vasthi removes avarana and srodhorodha by eliminating doshas from koshta.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
a.Spastic CP In this type of CP, the lower limbs are mainly affected sparing the upper limbs. About 80% of known cases of CP are of spastic CP. b.Dyskinetic CP Dyskinetic CP otherwise called as athetoid CP in which the patient will have trouble controlling muscle movements mainly they will have twisting or abrupt movements. c.Ataxic CP Ataxic CP is another type of in which the child has trouble in balance. They might walk with legs farther apart than other kids.
It is mainly caused by the abnormal brain development which affects the child’s ability to control his or her muscles. There are several causes of abnormal development of the brain.
• Infections in pregnancy will increase a chemical called cytokines in the bloodstream that circulates in the brain and blood of the baby. Cytokines cause inflammation which leads to brain damage. • Fever in mother during pregnancy or during delivery can case CP • Asphyxia: lack of oxygen during birth due to detachment of placenta, uterine rupture or problems with umbilical cord • Premature birth • Multiple pregnancy • Assisted reproductive technology • Health conditions of the mother like thyroid problems, intellectual disability or seizures etc can have a higher risk of CP.
• Infection: encephalitis, meningitis etc • Trauma : injury to brain due to a RTA, child abuse etc • Lack of oxygen supply to brain
It is a non-progressive disorder and won’t get worsen by time. But it can’t be reversed, only we can reduce the impact of the disease on patient’s life.
There is no cure for CP, but the associated disabilities can be managed by ayurveda treatments, occupational therapy and physiotherapy.
Patients with CP live till late adulthood in many cases but rarely they live upto many long time. The more severe the impairment the more the health conditions and the more the likelihood of a shorter life span.