⤴︎ Spasticity



A general treatment guideline can be followed that involves:
The first focus on activating contraction of antagonist muscles to give reciprocal inhibition and lengthen spastic muscles
Reciprocal actions are attempted. Agonist contractions are performed first in small ranges progressing to larger arcs of movement
Highly stressful activities be minimized early in training
Functional skills are targeted for training
Patients and family/care givers should be educated about the importance of maintaining range of motion and doing daily exercises
Occupational therapy regimens of assisted stretching, strengthening, functional tasks, and/or targeted physical activity and exercise are usually the chief ways to keep spastic [cerebral palsy-CP] well-managed, although if the spasticity is too much for the person to handle, other remedies may be considered.
SPASTIC is another term of cerebral palsy wherein spasticity is either dominant or exclusive impairment present. Movement disorders is broad terms that refer to a number of conditions where the neurons that are responsible for voluntary movement are impaired. Affected person seems to be hypertonic called neuromuscular mobility impairment, rather than hypotonia or paralysis, also referred to as an unusual “tightness” stiffness, and/or “pull” of muscles, where a lack of inhibition results in excessive contraction of the muscles, ultimately leading to hyperflexia (overly flexed joints). Though spastic cerebral palsy is often designated by body topography. Although it has its origins in a brain injury, but largely be thought of as a collection of neuromuscular issues because of how it manifests symptomatically over the course of persons lifespan. It mostly occurs in disorders of central nervous system (CNS) impacting the upper motor neuron in the form of a lesion,  such as spastic diplegia, but it can also present in various types of multiple sclerosis, where it occurs as a symptom of progressively worsening attacks on myelin sheaths and is thus unrelated to types of spasticity present in neuromuscular cerebral palsy rooted spasticity disorders.
Spastic hemiplegia is one side being affected. Generally, injury to muscle-nerves controlled by the brain’s left side will cause a right body deficit, and vice versa, such people generally have a limping instability on the affected side and are primarily prescribed ankle foot orthoses.
Prevention of brain damage before, during, and soon after birth is most important way of curing cerebral palsy.
Though, with the energy concept of TRIORIGIN acupuncture that includes colors and seeds too, and of-course energy that can move and reach up-to any extent, at any level even in core areas. It aids in strengthening the immune system and serves to prevent diseases, control pain and increase both the ability to act and quality of affected persons live. In any case wind energy is necessary to activate movement through energy pathways for better results! It has helped many people who were not successfully treated through conventional western medicine. Several conditions can be dramatically improved or remedied in full including spastic cerebral palsy.
http://triorigin.me Dr.Dinesh kapur

2 responses to “⤴︎ Spasticity”

  1. Dear doctor, This is regarding my son Angad singh wig age 13 years of age.
    He is unable to independently stand and walk without support . Can walk with help of one stick . Body balance is the basic problem. He is unable to stand up from the ground without support. if falls down .drooling from the mouth . goes to a normal school in grade six. can eat , write ,brush and do almost all his daily activities on his own. regular physiotherapy is going on from past 13 years. no surgery has been done till now. If your treatment can be of any help please. Thanx.


    My head is moving towards right from past 2.5 months. HEAD TREMOR. MRI BRAIN SHOWS Cerebral Atrophy; pain on neck, main Issue Head moment towards right.
    Regards, Nitin


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