Cerebral palsy is abnormal brain development and occurs before birth. Symptoms include exaggerated reflexes, rigid or floppy limbs, and involuntary motions and begin in early childhood. CP Physiotherapy often is the first step in treating cerebral palsy. The therapy improves motor skills and can prevent movement problems from getting worse over time.
The significant benefits of therapy increases muscle strength and activation, decreases muscle tightening and spasms with stretching programs and splinting techniques. Also, it encourages physical development through play and everyday activities. Tips for finding the right therapist know what you want from therapy, asking friends and family, consider demographics, call and ask questions and trust your gut.
To conclude, talk to a therapist soon and find out more about cerebral palsy and how therapy can benefit your child. The benefits for your child are so worth checking out.