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Updated: 14.07.2014

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Author: Deepa
Posted: Feb 15 2007 - 08:47 PM
Subject: Cerebral Palsy
Hi. I am Deepa Vijay, mother to Pranav who is now 6 years old. He is spastic quadriplegic having suffered from birth asphyxia. He is cognitively very good but has severe motor problems. He is yet to achieve full head control, crawling or independant sitting. He is able to hold his head when he wants to or when we remind him not to throw his head back. He can sit with support. He understands all that is said but is yet to start talking.

We would like to come to Ukraine as our good friend Meena, Athish's mother, has strongly recommended your centre to us. We would like to confirm that you treat children with similar problems like Pranav. How many sessions would you require us to come?

Looking forward to your early reply as we would like to plan the trip.

Warm Regards

Deepa
Author: Oleh Kachmar
Posted: Feb 21 2007 - 12:20 PM
Subject: re: Cerebral Palsy
Dear Mrs Deepa
Thank you for the interest in our rehabilitation system.
In our clinic in Truskavets we are treating patients like your son.

Please could you send recent medical records of your son by email center@reha.lviv.ua
Our doctors would review and answer your questions.

With best wishes
Oleh Kachmar
Author: donna
Posted: May 07 2007 - 11:14 AM
Subject: re: Cerebral Palsy
We too have a 14 month old daughter with Athatoid CP, spastic quadripligic. She suffered HIE (hypoxic ischemic event) during delivery. She was a full term baby. Her hypotonic head has improved a great deal. She can hold her head up on when on her stomach, she can sit for a few minutes if I put her in the sitting position, she can roll over from stomach to back, she can reach for things and sometimes get it, but it takes her a lot of effort. She wants to crawl and walk so bad. She has stood without my help for a few seconds. Her hands are often fisted.

I have also heard good things from Meena and Linda Mograbi. I'm hoping you can help our baby, she's such a happy girl (except in therapy)!

I am in the process of getting her medical records. If you think you can help her and are willing to see her - can we arrange it for the end of June when the Mograbi family is there?? Thank you, Donna
Author: donna
Posted: May 11 2007 - 10:10 AM
Subject: re: Cerebral Palsy
Please reply... we are making plans to come, however, it would give me a peace of mind to have my questions answered soon.

Also, is their parts of the treatment that will be painful for our daughter? Being that we live in the USA - will we be able to get any type of follow-up appointments here? If treatment works, should we plan on probably having to come back for more treatments and is this something that if corrected - can possibly be maintained for life?

Thank you for your answers.

Donna
Author: Хвост Г.В.
Posted: May 14 2007 - 10:00 AM
Subject: re: Cerebral Palsy
Dear Donna,

As you already know, the treatment for your daughter is indicated. We will try to do our best to help Malia. We are waiting you to come at the end of June with Mograbi family.
The treatment is not painful and if you like it and have good resultls we will be waiting for you to came next time.

Best regards,
Tania Leshyshak
Author: CHETAN LALCHAND
Posted: Aug 03 2008 - 03:42 PM
Subject: re: Cerebral Palsy
Dear Sir,
My son is almost 5, he was diagnosed with Aquaduct Stenosis - Hydrocephalus , before birh at 7th month of my wife's pregnancy.
His first Shunt operation was at day one, which got infected ,and at the 7thday another operatiowas done to replace the shunt.
After that , in the next 3 years he has had several operations done due to infection,revision,blockage,etc..
And due to all this his brain has been damaged all the more ,and he has developed Multiple Cysts in his brain,and his Ventricals are not communicating with each other.
At the moment he has 2 shunts on both sides of his brain.He right side Hemiperasis.He does'nt talk but he makes lots of noises; he also cant walk.We are doing a lot of physiothreapy,but not much positive resuts as his brain cannot understand or grasp things.
Please help my son , and let us know the procedure to get treament at your Hospital

Warm Regards,

Chetan Lalchand[/i]
Author: Oleh Kachmar
Posted: Aug 18 2008 - 11:46 AM
Subject: re: re: Cerebral Palsy
Dear Chetan Lalchand
Thank you for the interest in our treatment system.
To tell you more about possible treatment in our clinic we need more information.
Please, could you send us (per email center@reha.lviv.ua or fax +38 03247 65220) recent medical record of your son. Our doctors will reveiw the documentation and try to answer your questions.
This is the first step necessary for get treatment in our clinic.
With best wishes
Oleh Kachmar, MD
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