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Suffering from hemiplegia left side, on physiotherapy. Any hope of walking properly again ?

my mother had 78 yrs old she is suffering from hemiplegia left side since 6 months she is going to physiotherapy since 6 months but no improvement till now she can not walk till now is there any hope that she could walk again after these period of time. bad movement from the knee to the foot sensation more or less not bad. but spasticity is very high in her arm.
Asked On : Mon, 24 Sep 2012
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Hi, I had gone through your query and understand your concerns.
May not be completely but a ray of chance to walk back again by the therapy but it definitely prevent muscle degeneration from prolonged under use.
A treatment method that can be implemented with the goal of helping to regain motor function in the affected limb is constraint-induced movement therapy. This consists of constraining the unaffected limb, forcing the affected limb to accomplish tasks of daily living.
hope this answers your query. Thank you
Answered: Thu, 27 Mar 2014
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