Non-Surgical Treatments for Spasticity in Cerebral Palsy and Similar Conditions

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Children with cerebral palsy and other conditions that affect muscle tone often experience spasticity, which is a continued contraction of muscles. Often associated with high tone or hypertonicity, spasticity can eventually cause contractures or fixed, deformed joints and shortened tendons. 

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Original Article Source Credits: Complex Child  , https://complexchild.org/

Article Written By:Susan Agrawal ​​​​​​​

Original Article Posted on :  11/26/2019​​​​​​​

Link to Original Article : https://complexchild.org/articles/2019-articles/december/spasticity/

 

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