Is it true that if a patient with cerebral palsy did not go to walk until the age of 7, then from a medical point of view, it is pointless to engage in treatment?

Is it true that if a patient with cerebral palsy did not go to walk until the age of 7, then from a medical point of view, it is pointless to engage in treatment?

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Answer 1
February, 2021

You can and should do it. If you do not work with spasticity, it will continue to progress, and accordingly the child will be less adaptive to life. In general, BTRD (Blomberg rhythmic movement therapy) is well suited to reduce muscle spasticity and hypertonicity at any age.

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