Reply To: Spastic quad CP from hypoxic brain injury
I have treated an 11 year old who had a hypoxic brain injury at age 3. She is a non-verbal quadriplegic. Her mother brought her in because she was seemingly uncomfortable but, of course, she couldn’t tell what was bothering her. I worked on her several times and it helped her. She was smiling more and her mother and nurse could see how much more comfortable she was feeling. After a few visits, she always had a big smile on her face when she came to see me, so I know she liked the treatment. In a case like that, any help you can provide is worth trying. If you can release primaries in her legs, spine and pelvis (or wherever is indicated) it can provide great relief.