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Cerebral palsy treatment India

Cerebral palsy treatment India

Cerebral palsy awareness is very much needed in countries India US UAE Europe Pakistan Nepal Bangladesh Sri Lanka etc etc..

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BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT in Cerebral Palsy Children

BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT in Cerebral Palsy Children

Behavior management is similar behavior modification. It is a less intensive version of behavior therapy. In behavior modification the focus is on changing behavior, while in behavior management the focus is on maintaining order.

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Botox in cerebral palsy

Clinical use of botulinum was recognized by Bergen et al. in 1949 by identifying the effect of botulinum toxin on neuromuscular transmission. Once it was thought to be potent biological toxin to human body, now its potential is being utilized as therapeutic agent for different clinical problems specially spasticity & cosmetic purpose. In all variety of botulinum toxin, type A is used for the clinical application. This is being utilized in Mx of cerebral palsy since 20 years .This toxin is used as intramuscular injection at most condensed site of neuromuscular junction of affected muscle. This toxin block acetylcholine release from neuromuscular junction & causes local temporary chemo- denervation and effect last for 4-6 month .Even after disappearance of drugs, some modulation of nerve transmission has been seen, so effect persist beyond the time limit and dystonic posture also get corrected due to slight diffusion of drugs in systemic manner. It is being commonly used for spastic & dystonic cerebral palsy.
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Usually botulinum toxin injection are used in all affected muscle in a single setting and it is better to give it under anesthesia, because it require multiple injection puncture and is painful and it also save the toxin from wastage. Most commonly botulinum toxin is used in Gastrocnemius, Hamstring, Rectus Femoris, Adductor, Pronator Teres, and Flexor Digitorum. Injection can be repeated every three monthly but if proper postoperative therapeutic protocol has been taken into consideration it may not be so frequent. At Samvedna, we rarely require repetition of toxin due to good therapeutic protocol and use of braces. It reduces pain; facilitate therapy, better cooperation of child, better functional and motor gain .By the use of toxin, surgery also can be delayed till the maturity of gait. Antibodies to toxin have been one of the possible problems with repeated injection that can interfere in next injection of toxin. Otherwise it is well tolerated. Side effects are very -2 rare.

Botulinum toxin in cerebral palsy

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Participation and barriers in Cerebral Palsy

Participation is involvement in life situations and everyday activities. Participation includes the domains of self-care, productivity and leisure. In fact, communication, mobility, education, home life, leisure and social relationships require participation and are indicators of the extent to which a child functions in his or her environment.

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Barriers can exist on three levels: micro, meso and macro. First, the barriers at the micro level involve the person. Barriers at the micro level include the child’s physical limitations (motor, sensory and cognitive impairments) or their subjective feelings regarding their ability to participate. For example, the child may not participate in group activities due to lack of confidence. Second, barriers at the meso level include
the family and community. These may include negative attitudes of people toward disability or lack of support within the family or in the community. One of the main reasons for this limited support appears to be the result of a lack of awareness and knowledge regarding the child’s ability to engage in activities despite his or her disability. Third, barriers at the macro level incorporate the systems and policies that
are not in place or hinder children with CP. These may be environmental barriers to participation such as architectural barriers, lack of relevant assistive technology and transportation difficulties due to limited wheelchair access or public transit that can accommodate the children with CP. For example, a building without an elevator may prevent the child from accessing higher floor levels.

As conceptualized in the child and youth version of the International Classification of Functioning, aspects of the environment may influence a child’s participation:

(1) products and technology.

(2) the natural and built environment.

(3) support and relationships.

(4) attitudes, values, and beliefs.

(5) services systems and policies.
At the community level, fewer municipal resources and public services (eg, inclusive schools, transportation, recreation programs, programs with adaptive equipment) have been shown to impede the community participation of children with physical disabilities.

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Cerebral palsy- multimodality treatment

Cerebral palsy has no definite treatment and this fact makes the condition even more daunting for the families of the patients. A multi-dimensional treatment approach is followed to manage the condition. The approach may vary on the basis of how the condition differs in different patients. While some may require more of physiotherapy, others may demand surgical treatment. The cerebral palsy treatment protocol can be rightly named as combination treatment. Below discussed are some of the main parts of this treatment approach.

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Physical Therapy for Improvement in Movements

The main goal of physical therapy among cerebral palsy affected individuals is to improve movements and gait. This type of treatment helps in:

  • Development of muscles and motor skills among the affected children.
  • Improving the abilities to walk independently, sit, rise and use bathroom.
  • Preventing weakness and stiffness in limbs and dislocation of joints.
  • Encouraging participation in routine activities.

 

The use of aids like stick, rollater and elbow crutches is an important part of this treatment approach.

 

Occupational Therapy to Promote Self-dependency

One of the important parts of cerebral palsy treatment is occupational therapy that requires essential participation of the patient’s parents and other family members. The main goal is to make the patients self-dependent in various activities like writing, eating, dressing up and others.

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Speech Therapy for Communicational Improvements

Cerebral therapy patients are expected to face problems in eating, talking, swallowing, breathing and so on. This happens because of the imbalance and weakness of muscles present in jaw and mouth. Speech therapy is conducted to teach these individuals to control over these muscles. It helps the patients to learn how to talk clearly, bite and chew properly, swallow the food and to breathe conveniently.

 

Treatment Using Drugs

The role of medications in cerebral palsy treatment can’t be overlooked. One common occurrence among the patients is that of seizures that call for the need of administering drugs. Muscle relaxants, antispasmodic drugs, anti-spastic drugs, laxatives and anti-cholinergic drugs are among the common ones used in the treatment but not without side effect so it should be used cautiously.

 

Surgical Treatments

Surgical procedures in cerebral palsy sufferers are done to treat certain conditions and also to improve the overall quality of life among these individuals. Relaxing joints and stiff muscles is possible by performing surgery on knee, hip, ankles and other body parts. These procedures are also followed to release contractions; to straighten the abnormal leg twists & dislocation of joint. Earlier traditional surgeries were used often in these conditions but outcome was not so good always. Nowadays with the use of SEMLS by the concept of OSSCS we can expect excellent outcome in most of our children if they were selected properly and good post operatively rehab programme has been given to them .Few neurosurgical procedures like selective dorsal rhizotomy & selective nerectomy has also been used but results are good only in experienced hand otherwise child is left out with permanent weakness in the extremity.

Other Treatment Approaches

Behavioral therapy is another important part of the treatment to improve behavior among the patients. Psychotherapy is done to improve the productivity level of the mind among these individuals.

Stem cell treatment is among the latest in this direction and it involves production of new cells in the damaged tissues of the body but results are awaited and still under research. Counseling, emotional therapy and educational therapy are the important add-ons that can make treatment much more effective for the patients. The following of a multi-dimensional treatment approach can definitely improve the living state of cerebral palsy patients.

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Cerebral Palsy… Parent’s Experiance

Every parents try all their effort so that their child should get maximal functional improvement to nearly normal level but functional improvement based on many factor like level of physical disability, age of presentation, quality of care given to them, type of surgical and therapeutic intervention and cooperation of child. children with cerebral palsy can get lots if they have been managed by integrated approach including SEMLOSSS, Tendon transfer and supervised therapy programme. visit http://www.samvednatrust.com for more detail.

 

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Manifestations of cerebral palsy

Cerebral palsy is the umbrella term used to describe a form of brain damage that results in significant impairments to motor skills, cognition, perception, speech, coordination and mobility.  It is caused by non-progressive damage to the brain before, during, or shortly after birth.As a result of injury to the brain, these children have motor and sensory defects which will affect them for their entire lifetime.CP is a name given to a wide variety of static neuromotor impairment syndromes occurring secondary to a lesion in the developing brain. The damage to the brain is permanent and cannot be cured but the consequences can be minimized. The child faces various types of multiple problems which can be musculoskeletal, neurological and some associated problems.

  1. Musculoskeletal problems

The child with CP has abnormalities of muscle tone and reflexes, shows delay in developmental milestones, and presents with posture and movement problems. When he tries to move, muscle contractions cannot be effectively controlled. The distal biarticular muscles are more affected because selective motor control is worse distally and the biarticular muscles are more abnormal

than are the monoarticular muscles. Slowly the contractures develops in muscles and can result in deformities in various joints.

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Common sites for contracture in Upper extremity are pronator, wrist and finger flexor, thumb adductor and in Lower extremity Hip adductor-flexor, Knee flexor, Ankle plantar flexor are affected.

Common sites for deformity in spine are scoliosis, kyphosis. The hip deformities are subluxation, dislocation, femer and tibia internal or external or external torsion and in  foot equinus, valgus, varus deformities are present.

 

  1. Neurological Associated problems

The child may suffer from muscle weakness specially in major group of muscles, abnormal muscle tone which can be hypertonic or hypotonic, balance and coordination problems, loss of selective control pathological reflexes,  loss of sensation.

 

  1. Associated problems in cerebral palsy

 

Intellectual impairment

Cognition refers to specific aspects of higher cortical function; namely, attention, memory, problem solving and language. Cognitive disturbance leads to mental retardation and learning disability. It is most common in spastic quadriplegia. Children with intellectual impairment need special education and resources to stimulate the senses for optimal mental function.

Epileptic seizures

Seizures affect about 30 to 50% of patients. They are most common in the total body involved and hemiplegics, in patients with mental retardation and in postnatally acquired CP. Seizures most resistant to drug therapy occur in hemiplegics. Seizure frequency increases in the preschool period. Seizures can be controlled by medication and full body and mental relaxation.

Vision problems

Approximately 40 % of all patients have some abnormality of vision or oculomotor control. If there is damage to the visual cortex, the child will be functionally blind because he will be unable to interpret impulses from the retinas. In severe cases, the optic nerves may also be damaged. Loss of coordination of the muscles controlling eye movements is very common. The child cannot fix his gaze on an object. In half of the cases, binocular vision does not develop. Myopia is a concomitant problem. Screen for visual deficits because some are preventable and they contribute to the movement problem. www.samvednatrust.com

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