Physiotherapy To Restore Weak Leg Function?
Is the physiotherapy will be able to help until recovery restore the weak function to return to normal ?? is there a solution other than physiotherapy to restore the function of the weak legs ??
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Paralysis in one leg can be caused by disorders of the brain, disorders of the spinal cord, or diseases such as cerebral palsy. Basically if the underlying disease has damaged navel nerve cells (such as in the brain or spinal cord), then the damage will usually be permanent (not really able to heal) because nerve cells are cells that cannot renew themselves. Nevertheless, physiotherapy is still recommended to be done because physiotherapy can restore limb function as much as possible. For example, if at first the feet cannot be moved at all, then physiotherapy can help make the foot at least slightly moved and can be used to stand or walk even though it is still more limp and unable to run. If the damage to nerve cells is not too heavy, then regular physiotherapy can also restore limb function almost as before.
You should check yourself first with a neurologist to ascertain the cause of your monoparesis. Apart from doing physiotherapy, the cause of the monoparesis must also be dealt with. For example, if monoparesis occurs because of a stroke in a small brain location, the cause of the stroke must be treated so that there is no recurring stroke that can damage larger parts of the brain.
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