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Physiotherapy in the case of autism: a modern approach to treatment in Georgia
Treating autism spectrum disorder with physical therapy can help a young patient to improve strength and motor skills, achieve spatial balance, and correct posture. Developing these skills enables a child to feel more confident on a psychological level, leading to a positive effect on his/her further socialization. Therefore, physiotherapy is an important part of treatment and rehabilitation.
Physical therapy in the case of autism may include the following procedures:
- Medication electrophoresis
- Heat treatment
- Laser therapy, etc.
In general, physiotherapy is prescribed when a child with autism is diagnosed with the following dysfunctions:
- Hypotonia – low muscle tone, which occurs in more than half of children with ASD
- Motor apraxia – a condition where conscious and purposeful body movement is obstructed without a discernible physical cause. This symptom is found in one-third of children
- Walking on the toes
- Generalized retardation of motion activity
- Dyspraxia, clumsiness, dysfunction of planned body movements
Motion activity problems are common to almost all autistic children. Physiotherapy is necessary because only regular work on the body can help to coordinate their movements and posture. An effective and competent physical rehabilitation program is developed individually, taking into account all the peculiarities of the child’s body and its condition.
Advantages of physiotherapy treatment and rehabilitation for autistic children:
- Posture correction. Slouching, walking on the toes, and clumsiness affect muscle tone, impair balance, and cause pain.
- Improvement of body orientation in space, and hand-eye coordination. This develops the skills necessary for everyday life and self-care.
- Physiotherapy. In the case of ASD this involves the planning and selection of special devices to facilitate the child’s life at home and to increase his/her motion activity.
It is important to remember that physiotherapy should be a regular activity in an autistic child’s life. Without special exercises he/she cannot adapt their body to society.
The innovative cellular correction procedure at the Mardaleishvili Medical Center in Georgia is your chance to obtain the desired results from an entire range of autism treatments, including physiotherapy.
The advantages of stem cell correction in autistic children
Physiotherapists for autistic children specialize in improving body coordination. However, physiotherapy procedures do not affect the brain. Stem cell transplantation restores the anatomical correctness of the brain’s structure.
This is one of the advanced procedures that can significantly influence the recovery process and reduce the intensity of symptoms. This treatment for autism is globally recognized as the most effective and is now available to many patients.
Undergoing stem cell treatment for autism in combination with physiotherapy will improve your child’s well-being in a radically positive way. Make an appointment for a consultation now!