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I am patient of spinal cord injury D12 fracture With paraplegic From district damoh village Jabera Mp Injury year 2010 Now walk with support Please please help
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Dr. Chirag Dalal Mumbai | Orthopedic Surgeon
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Hi. Search for a rehab Centre in your area. It would be better is you go to a rehab center.
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Dr. Priyanka Bhati Faridabad | Physiotherapist
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Dear friend
As you mentioned that you walk with support and need help.
Based on full assessment of your conditions you can lead better life but for that you need to go to a good physiotherapist.
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I can understand your concern inventive medical devices can help people with a spinal cord injury become more independent and more mobile. Some devices may also restore function. These include: Modern wheelchairs. Improved, lighter weight wheelchairs are making people with a spinal cord injury more mobile and more comfortable. For some, an electric wheelchair may be needed. Some wheelchairs can even climb stairs, travel over rough terrain and elevate a seated passenger to eye level to reach high places without help. Computer adaptations. For someone with limited hand function, computers can be very powerful tools, but they're difficult to operate. Computer adaptations range from simple to complex, such as key guards or voice recognition. Electronic aids to daily living. Essentially any device that uses electricity can be controlled with an electronic aid to daily living (EADL). Devices can be turned on or off by switch or voice-controlled and computer-based remotes. Electrical stimulation devices. These sophisticated devices use electrical stimulation to produce actions. They're often called functional electrical stimulation (FES) systems, and they use electrical stimulators to control arm and leg muscles to allow people with a spinal cord injury to stand, walk, reach and grip. Robotic gait training. This emerging technology is used for retraining walking ability after spinal cord injury.
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Dr. Deepak Sikka (P.T) Delhi | Clinical Physiotherapist
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What type of help you want???? I m in delhi and u r in MP. Search for a good Physiotherapist and go to his clinic. Only physiotherapy and a good Physiotherapist will help u.
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