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Paralysis is a term given to the condition in which a person undergoes the loss of muscle movement in the body. Our sense of movement is managed by contact between the sensory nerves, which are part of the peripheral nervous system and the central nervous system, which is comprised of the brain and spinal cord. The hindrance in this communication of nerve impulses anywhere in the passageway from the brain to the muscles can damage the control of muscle movement and can be the root cause for muscle weakness and loss of synchronization. This problem of

Muscle weakness can drag you to severe problem of paralysis, which is described as the loss of the ability to move the muscles.

The symptoms of Paralysis can occur anywhere in the entire body. They might crop up on both the sides of body i.e. bilateral or just on one side i.e. unilateral. The problem of Paralysis taking place in the lower half of the body i.e. below the midsection is recognized as “paraplegia”. And, “Quadriplegia” is the kind of paralysis that occurs in both, the arms and the legs.

The terrible problem of Paralysis can be caused due to the trauma or spinal cord injuries. The Neurological disorders like amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Bell’s palsy i.e. described as swelling of the facial nerve and other types of nerve injuries like neuropathy can be the reason for paralysis. Some of the cases of paralysis are caused due to the autoimmune disorders like Guillain-Barré syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis or multiple sclerosis. Transient ischemic attack and Stroke are some of the most common and probably severe causes of this terrible problem.

Physiotherapy treatment:

The physiotherapy treatment for paralysis will be completely dependent upon the cause and sternness of the symptoms. This will be recognized by a thorough subjective and objective neurological evaluation in the clinic or else in the home environment.

The physiotherapy treatment for paralysis might possible focus on:
  • Muscle strengthening
  • Core stability exercises
  • Stretches to maintain muscle length and joint range of motion
  • Transfer practice
  • Dynamic balance work
  • Re-education of walking pattern
  • Facilitation of return to work/hobbies/driving
  • Functional electrical stimulation
  • Use of hydrotherapy pool

Moreover, the advantages that you can experience with the help of physiotherapy treatment are like increased muscle strength, improvement in core stability, improvement in the balance of standing and sitting, improvement in co-ordination and sensation, improved ability to complete transfers, improved ability to carry out everyday activities and a lot more benefits for your physical as well as internal wellbeing.

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