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A CASE STUDY ON AN AYURVEDIC INTERVENTION IN THE MANAGEMENT OF CEREBRAL PALSY

*Dr. Astitva Tyagi and Dr. M. N. Gupta

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Cerebral palsy (CP) is defined as a non-progressive neuromotor disorder of cerebral origin. It includes a group of heterogeneous clinical states of variable etiology and severity ranging from minor incapacitation to total handicap. Most of the cases have multiple neurological deficits and variable mental handicap. Cerebral Palsy excludes motor disorders of spinal, peripheral nerve, muscular or mechanical origin.[1] The prevalence of cerebral palsy among children is almost 2/1000 live births.[2] There are approximate 25 lakhs cerebral palsy affected children in India. The World Health Organization estimates that about 10% of the population have some form of disability. Statistics from a different source indicates that 3.8% of the population has some form of disability in India. Nearly 15-20% of total physical handicapped children suffer from cerebral palsy.[3]

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