Does Botulinum Toxin A Combined with Bracing Prevent Hip Displacement in Children with Cerebral Palsy and "Hips at Risk"?
- SURGICAL PATHOLOGY AND TREATMENT OF COMPLICATED CEREBRAL PALSY. Rosner, Samuel // Angiology;Feb1966, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p77
Discusses the pathology and treatment of complicated cerebral palsy. Symptoms of cerebral birth palsy; Number of patients who were examined at surgery; Bases for the operation of cerebral palsy.
- Chapter 4: Managing Cerebral Palsy. Peacock, Judith // Cerebral Palsy (Capstone Press);2000, p28
This chapter describes treatments for cerebral palsy. Cerebral palsy has no cure, but can be treated. Physical therapists will work to help individuals with cerebral palsy on their gross motor skills such as sitting, balancing, walking, and climbing stairs. Occupational therapists aid...
- A Synergistic Approach to Healing CP and the Brain Injured Child. Neubauer, Richard A. // Exceptional Parent;Jul2004, Vol. 34 Issue 7, p67
Discusses a multidisciplinary therapy involving hyperbaric oxygenation for treating cerebral palsy and the brain injured child in the U.S. Betterment of fine/gross motor skills; Improvement in gastrointestinal function; Enhancement of vision.
- The Baclofen Pump. Albright, A. Leland // Exceptional Parent;Jun99, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p46
Focuses on the use of Intrathecal Baclofen (ITB) as treatment for children with cerebral palsy. Why many children with cerebral palsy develop spasticity; How ITB is administered; How ITB is implanted. INSET: The ITB Experience, by Larry McClaugherty.
- Towards evidence based medicine for paediatricians. // Archives of Disease in Childhood;Nov2008, Vol. 93 Issue 11, p994
The article presents questions and answers related to pediatrics including possible health benefits of swimming with dolphins in children with cerebral palsy, effects of analgesia in the surgical diagnostic accuracy of children with acute abdominal pain, and the necessity of electroencephalogram...
- SEATING POSITION AND LENGTH OF UTTERANCE OF PRESCHOOLERS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY. Redstone, Fran // Perceptual & Motor Skills;Dec2005, Vol. 101 Issue 3, p961
This study investigated the effects of semireclining and upright positions on production of utterances of increasing length by 10 physically typical pre- schoolers and 10 children with cerebral palsy. Sentences of 3, 7, and 10 syllables were imitated on one breath using the RespitraceTM to...
- BASIC TO CEREBRAL PALSY THERAPY. Unger, Dorothy M. // Exceptional Children;Feb1954, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p193
The article explains the responsibilities of the parents of children with cerebral palsy. The parents of a child with cerebral palsy experience the difficulties and frustrations of raising a child. The usual joys of fulfillment are seldom experienced by the said parents. They also have to...
- CP. // Ability;Aug/Sep2009, p54
The article discusses cerebral palsy (CP) and it treatments. It states that the brain's control of the muscles is affected by the condition, which has varying symptoms and severity that is usually recognizable before the age of three. It notes that there is no treatment for the damage of the...
- Dyskinetic cerebral palsy. // Archives of Disease in Childhood;Aug2007, Vol. 92 Issue 8, p707
The article reflects on a study on dyskinetic cerebral palsy among Swedish children. The study reveals that children born between 1995 and 1998 showed a decrease in the prevalence of cerebral palsy as a whole, not of dyskinetic cerebral palsy. It states that out of a total of 202,095 live...