Using the method of bioresonance therapy for the treatment of children with infantile cerebral palsy
AUTHORS : Markin Yu.V. | Sologubov E.G. | Yavorsky A.B. | Bosykh V.G. | Nemkova S.A. | Turov M.L. | Yagupov A.A.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : IRFI RAEN,Children’s Psychoneurological Hospital No. 18, Moscow, Russia
YEAR : 2002 | Category : Method of treatment
Child cerebral palsy (cerebral palsy) is severe disabling in which movements are disease disturbed, maintaining posture, occur intellectual impairment. Such patients are excitable, they may have sleep disturbances, decreased attention, they often suffer from colds (acute respiratory infections, flu, etc.). Rehabilitation of patients with cerebral palsy is an urgent task today.
Recently, there have been many methods of treating this disease, new ones are being developed. We propose a method of bioresonance therapy (BRT) for treating children with cerebral palsy, restoring their motor function, normalizing posture, and reducing concomitant pathology. We conducted a study on patients with spastic (13 people) and hemiparetic (7 people) forms of cerebral palsy at the age of 3–7 years. All patients underwent BRT for one month, one session per week.