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2 year kid, less left side movement, cannot walk or crawl. Effected with neo natal meningitis at 3 days old. Ayurvedic treatment?

I am a father of 1 year 2 month old baby son .He was effected with neo natal manengities at a very early age of 3 days . Now his left side movement are less and also a delyed milestone .he cannot walk by himself at this age not can crawl and sit for long time. Please suggest me a aurvedic message treatment for his motor movements
Asked On : Mon, 25 Mar 2013
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Your child developed this weakness due to brain infection soon after birth.
The left sided weakness or paresis is a residue of that. What your child needs at this stage is physiotherapy and may require braces /calipers to support himself.
You should also consult an orthopedic specialist who can examine him for any deformities of the limbs for which a surgical correction may be required.
Good luck and God bless your son.
Answered: Thu, 6 Jun 2013
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