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Physiotherapy In Early Intervention Program For Children With Special Needs

  Introduction Early intervention programs supports the needs of the infants and toddlers with development delays and disabilities. Physiotherapist can helps the families with their child’s development and ability to participate in age-appropriate and meaningful activities. Physiotherapist provides therapeutic intervention to enhance the gross motor and fine motor development skills …

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Erb’s Palsy

Brachial plexus Erb’s palsy primarily affects C5 and C6 (fig.1). Source : Wikipedia.org Erb’s palsy or Erb–Duchenne palsy is a paralysis of the arm caused by injury to the upper group of the arm’s main nerves, specifically injury of the upper trunk, the C5–C6 nerves. (fig.1) Perinatal injuries are the …

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Baby Massage

Introduction Baby massage is a wonderful techniques which will be done with patience, love and care. It is done to keep your baby healthy and happy. Baby massage is also a wonderful loving touch right from the start. Baby massage is a various massage techniques which includes components such as …

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Torticollis

Introduction What is the meaning of Torticollis? Torticollis means as “twisted neck” and also known as “wryneck” which cause an abnormal and asymmetrical head or neck position. This is a condition which lead to fibrosis and shortening of the sternocledomastoid (SCM) muscle causing the head to turn or rotate to …

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Physiotherapy Management On Spina Bifida

Introduction Spina Bifida is a congenital disease and is more common among children. The condition starts when the fetus’ meninges (surrounding lining) of the central nerve is not completely closed during pregnancy. The condition become serious when the meninges protruded from the lining.   Resource : www.doctortipster.com Spina Bifida Classification …

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Obstetric Brachial Plexus Palsy

Source: images.search.yahoo.com Obstetric Brachial Plexus Palsy (OBPP) is defined as brachial plexus nerve injury that occurs during early delivery. Incident of OBBP is totally different with the adult brachial plexus injury. Eg fall on outstretch hand is one of the cause among the adults. In contrast, occurrence of the OBPP …

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