Cerebral Palsy Treatment in EU countries

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Arisha
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Cerebral Palsy Treatment in EU countries

Postby Arisha » Fri May 18, 2012 4:05 am

I found some interesting videos about treatment of cerebral palsy in Poland. I think they will be useful to everybody.
http://www.folkmedicine.eu/en/index.php?id=wideo

Justinjude
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Re: Cerebral Palsy Treatment in EU countries

Postby Justinjude » Thu Oct 04, 2012 9:29 pm

Nice videos regarding how to heal incurable diseases through the use of intensive rehabilitation programs. These are effective case studies which could be understood well by videos.

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Re: Cerebral Palsy Treatment in EU countries

Postby pudetat » Thu Nov 01, 2012 3:57 pm

there have been some remarkable results from countries formerly aligned with the soviet union. from a certain point of view they are decades ahead of "western" medicine, particularly the USA, which seems mostly dedicated to avoiding lawsuits and finding ways to bill insurance companies or the govt, not with actual treatment of patients. i believe that a large portion of this is due to discarding or disregarding of preconcieved notions that came from "the west" during the cold war. when one looks at the large picture and look at the general outcome and patient life quality the USA is way behind, even if you don't take cost per patient into it. it goes to show how working, not just thinking outside of the box can accomplish so much. in the USA, if you have a child or relative with CP, you are pretty-much cast into the water to sink or swim. giant iconic institutions designed to help those with CP and find a cure, like United Cerebral Palsey, have all but vanished. you are left to fate as to if you can locate medical professionals who are really on the cutting edge, or who are stuck in notions from the past.

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Re: Cerebral Palsy Treatment in EU countries

Postby bingllei » Sat Jan 04, 2014 2:59 am

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Re: Cerebral Palsy Treatment in EU countries

Postby david9 » Wed Mar 26, 2014 8:23 am

Besides botox and SDR operation (which is extremely costly), the quintessential thing for a CP child is to get as much physio as possible. Based on our personal experiences, I highly recommend the ADELI Center in Slovakia. As it was mentioned in the post above, the Russian and Eastern European medicine is far ahead of Western European/American, especially when it comes to rehabilitation of disabled children. The Slovakian center has a totally unique approach to treatment of CP children and for the same price, you get FAR more physio/ergo/speech therapies than in UK.

laskin
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Re: Cerebral Palsy Treatment in EU countries

Postby laskin » Tue Oct 07, 2014 4:04 am

Yes, the clinic in Slovakia is a fantastic place, we've been there three times already! Another good one is the Kozyavkin method in Ukraine, but given the current situation in the country, it might not be the safest place to travel to.

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Re: Cerebral Palsy Treatment in EU countries

Postby acemary » Thu Apr 28, 2016 10:32 pm

is a highly effective treatment for patients with Cerebral Palsy, low back pain and consequences of trauma and organic lesions of the nervous system.

The Kozyavkin Method was created more than 30 years ago in the Ukraine and was officially approved by Ukrainian Government. Due to the tremendous success of this method, it has gained recognition in many countries. More than 70000 patients have been treated by this method, including around 17000 from Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, USA and other counties of the world.

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Re: Cerebral Palsy Treatment in EU countries

Postby zintap » Sat Sep 24, 2016 11:58 pm

thanks a lot for the link.... it is good
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TrishlaCP
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Re: Cerebral Palsy Treatment in EU countries

Postby TrishlaCP » Thu Oct 20, 2016 5:51 am

If any one wants cerebral palsy treatment in India then I will suggest for Trishla Foundation,provide best cerebral palsy diagnosis, cerebral palsy surgery and cerebral palsy therapy. Dr Jitendra Kumar Jain, best cerebral palsy specialist and orthopedic surgeon in India.

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Re: Cerebral Palsy Treatment in EU countries

Postby amish119 » Wed Apr 19, 2017 2:53 am

The Slovakian center has a totally unique approach to treatment of CP children and for the same price, you get FAR more physio/ergo/speech therapies than in UK.