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    Exercises for a paralysis patient

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    Hi friends can anyone give me the common exercises which could be done for a paralysis patient?? my friend is doing well now but can certain exercises make him more comfortable???

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    re: Exercises for a paralysis patient

    can you write in detail about the patient's condition, about his gate pattern and about his muscle strength?


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    Re: Exercises for a paralysis patient

    We recommend the Physio Shop - www.physioshop.co.uk
    Right, as Umerphysio says, "paralysis" is a big word and not sepcific enough for comments.
    Also, what do you mean by "comfortable"?

    So, it would be best if you could give a detailed history (including previous Physio input and maybe explanation why this is not sufficient)/ diagnosis/ specific findings/ specific goals.

    Generally, there is an excellent website with Physio exercises for spinal patients from Australia,
    PhysiotherapyExercises.com,
    but please don't forget, that exercise prescription is a carefully assessed process and spinal clients can rather easily do too much/ or the wrong exercising and will suffer enormously.

    Regards,
    Fyzzio



 

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