Last Updated (Friday, 26 March 2010 17:28)
My daughter Laura was born at 29 weeks (d.o.b. 24. 07. 84.) she suffered respiratory distress syndrome which led to her diagnosis of cerebral palsy spastic quadriplegia.
Prior to G-Therapy we had tried non invasive therapies which were physiotherapy, occupational therapy, Conductive Education, the David Hart orthotic walker, HBOT and various inflatable and rigid splints.
I decided to try G-Therapy for Laura not really thinking I would notice any change in her. Laura was just about entering her teens years.
Read more: Laura, UK
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Wednesday, 01 October 2008 11:12
September 13, 2008
This is an update posting on G-therapy Progress for: Sophia Kate Smith
Diagnosis: Cerebral Palsy
Date Began Taking G: April 9, 2007
Sophia’s Date of Birth: April 22, 2002
Sophia’s Functional Status Before Taking G-Therapy: Before beginning G-Therapy Sophia’s primary mode of mobility was quadruped creeping inside the home. She could walk short distances using her walker with toes dragging the ground during the swing-through phase of gait. When not fatigued, Sophia could independently walk about 5 to 10 feet in the home between furniture with or without her AFO’s on. Sophia had poor balance/control and poor lower extremity placement whenever she attempted independent gait. She could get up from the floor but would normally choose to pull up using furniture or a person. She was very dependent upon human help for pulling up into a standing position. Her mobility was limited.
Read more: Sophia (USA)