Paralysis is described as a loss of muscle function for one or more muscles. I have read about a study that says that about 1 from 50 people have been diagnosed with some form of paralysis which is a lot,I think. Spastic tetraplegia is defined by spasticity of the limbs . It is distinguishable from other forms of cerebral palsy in that those afflicted with the condition display stiff, jerky movements stemming and the principal factor is the hypertonia of the muscles. Flaccid paralysis causes muscles to shrink and become flabby. It results in muscle weakness. Spastic paralysis involves tight and hard muscles. It can cause your muscles to twitch uncontrollably, or spasm. A frequent complication in this cases is the atrophie of the muscle which is determined by inactivity and can be prevented by giving passive physical therapy. In cases of cerebral palsy, physical therapy can gradually enable some tetraplegics to learn standing or walking. But this therapy can be done home by your caregiver if you would have what i have imagined. My plan to help your friends or family which are caring for you is this: Gloves with sensors of movement and pressure that are linked to a control unit by wifi.The control unit has in his memory all types of exercises,massages,or moves that are recomended for your type of illness.You can choose the type that is recomended for you and also you can see how it s done by some videos with profesionals doing it.Also wearing the gloves which detect your moves make it more easy to corect and show you where are you doing iwrong.The control unit has a display with touchscreen easy to use by anybody.The gloves even come with a sensor to detect when you put to much pressure and also on the control unit you will have an indicator for the right pressure.
We care for the caregiver.
I was thinking about the people that have spastic tetraplegia or somekind of paralysis.I have searched about their definitions and I have found this:
Describe a caregiver situation that you were/are involved in.
I have a nephew with Spastic tetraplegia and I know how hard it is for him and for all our family with this type of illness.
Explain the caregiver problem that resulted for you and/or other caregiver(s).
For people who suffer from some form of paralysis it is important to do physiotherapy, but it is often difficult both in terms of shifting the patient or waiting the kinetotherapist to come at home or not at least the financially issues to support such therapy constant!
Describe your caregiver solution that would provide assistance or relief to the problem of the caregiver.
I was thinking about a system that would help the caregiver do this by himself at home, and more than this ,make him feel he is doing everything he can and that it is more involved in the recovery of the loved one!
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