CHILD CEREBRAL PALSY (CCP)
Cerebral palsy is the most common cause of motor disabilities in children. We can define it as a group of developmental movement and posture disorders, causing activity limitation. These disorders are attributed to a progressive aggression on a developing brain during the first years of life or fetal age. In addition to the engine in the CP disorder often sensory, cognitive and communication and swallowing disorders are appreciated.
NEUROREHABILITATION THERAPY AND ITS BENEFITS
- The CP neurorehabilitation in children is a long process.
- A premature and intensive neurorehabilitation treatment during the first years of life, followed by a maintenance treatment is the most effective method.
- This process improves the functional prognosis of patients while reducing overall costs.