Does Neuroplasticity Treatment Work?
Yes, neuroplasticity treatment does work. I should know because I receive neuroplasticity treatment for my cerebral palsy. Cerebral palsy is a neurological disorder that caused by damage to the motor control center of the brain. This damage can occur during pregnancy, during delivery, or after birth. The damage affects the ability of the brain to send signals to the muscles. This results in problems with muscle movement and coordination.
I receive neuroplasticity treatment at a special clinic that uses a variety of techniques to help the brain re-establish lost connections and create new ones. These techniques include electrical stimulation, massage, and physical therapy. And they have made a big difference in my life.
Before I started receiving treatment, I could barely walk. I had to use a walker and my legs were very stiff. My muscles would tighten up so much that it was painful. My speech was also very difficult to understand. But after several months of treatment, I was able to walk without a walker. My muscles are much more relaxed and my speech is much clearer.
I am not cured of cerebral palsy. I will never be cured. But thanks to neuroplasticity treatment, I am living a much fuller life than I ever thought possible.