Cerebral Palsy: Causes, Types, and Physiotherapy Treatments

In cerebral palsy (Cerebrum means brain, Palsy means paralysis) Cerebral palsy is a neurological disease of the brain that occurs due to any trauma, disease, or disorder. Cerebral palsy is a brain developmental disease of children that affects movement. Types of cerebral palsy 1. Spastic cerebral palsy   2. Ataxic cerebral palsy   3. Athetoid cerebral palsy  … Read more

Erb’s palsy

Erb’s palsy

Erb’s Palsy problem list: Decrease sensation Decrease muscle power Decrease/ poor active range of motion Poor functional actress Minimize/ reduce deformity Alignment of the limb in Erb’s Palsy Shoulder adduction Medial rotation Wrist flexion……….. Treatment of Erb’s Palsy Positioning Precaution in movement Splint for adult patient Family education Other treatments 1. De quervain’s tenosynovitis physiotherapy treatment … Read more

Physiotherapy for frozen shoulder

physiotherapy for frozen shoulder

Frozen shoulder is a shoulder joint disability characterized by the painful status of joints with a decreased range of motion. It is a self-limiting disease. But physiotherapy for frozen shoulder is very important for these types of patients. If anyone doesn’t get proper treatment, sometimes it will be late to get rid of this condition. The … Read more

Physiotherapy for ankle: Easy to cure


 Ankle joint we use more than another joint in our body. Full body load falls on the ankle and so it should be remembered that taking care of the ankle is so much important. Physiotherapy for ankle joint is very helpful for acute or chronic cases of injured ankle. For future life, walking and carrying … Read more