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    Open Access Mini Review Article ID: JNPPR-9-196

    Cerebral Palsy: A Mini-Review updating the briefings of role of physiotherapy

    Shardeshu Srivastava*, Shivani Sharma, Malvika Lal and Niharika Lal*

    One of the most prevalent developmental disabilities is Cerebral Palsy (CP). CP is a term for a group of neurological disorders characterized by mobility and posture problems that limit activities and are caused by a static disruption in the growing brain, which is typically accompanied by other impairments and health problems. CP is not a single diseased entity; it comprises problems with body movement, muscle control, muscle coordination, muscle tone, reflex, fine motor abilities, gross motor skills, oral motor functioning, posture, and balance, to name a few. Approach to promoting the functional and psychological independence of the child with a disability, as well as improving the child’s and family’s quality of life. Physiotherapists, who are known as “movement experts,” play an important part. The goal of this review is to clarify current thinking and physiotherapy practice in the treatment and management of children with Cerebral Palsy (CP).

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    Published on: Jun 10, 2022 Pages: 13-16

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/2455-5487.000096
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