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Treatment for bad internal rotation any ideas?

ellesys Member Posts: 2
edited June 2014 in Cerebral palsy

I have a 5 yr old son who was diagnosed at 13 months with sd cerebral palsy. He doesn't walk indepdently not that he isn't determined to do so.

He has 6 monthly botox injections along with the normal physio and ot sessions. He also has a walker, sticks, lycra suit and curlie wurly tap splints due to the severe internal rotation he suffers from.

All of these measures are temporary and depending on the mood, he doesn't always want to wear all this paraphernalia at one time. Has anyone got any other suggestions, apart from surgery that we might be able to try.

Thanks for any advice.


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