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7 year old undergoing physical therapy for cerebral palsy. No improvement. Any suggestions?

Hi Doctor Actually My Son Is A Cerebral Palsy Status & He Is Seven Years Old & He Was Operated In Heart Since Six Years Ago In France After That We Discovered That He Is C.P. & We Continue On Intensive Physical Therapy At The International Clinic Of Rehabilitation In Ukraine But Untill Now There Is No Improvment Such As A Little Bit Relaxation In His Muscles So I m Sending You Is You Could Help Us Many Thanks The Child Father (Hisham Nassar)
Asked On : Sat, 8 Dec 2012
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Pediatrician, Neonatology 's  Response
cerebral palsy as a disease will not improve 100%. even with intensive physiotherapy .You can expect some improvement with growth and with treatment. Try to make the child self sufficient in his daily activities.sorry to mention that you have to accept some degree of disability finally.
good luck and god bless
Answered: Sat, 8 Dec 2012
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