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All Categories > Doctor consultations > Neurologic consultations > Cerebral palsy, head control
Total Posts: 12 - Pages (2): [1] 2
Author: Zinca Monica
Posted: Jul 13 2007 - 07:55 PM
Subject: Cerebral palsy, head control
We have a boy, 3 years old, prematurely born, at 33 weeks, with cerebral palsy, partial optical atrophy.
The CT scan, made at 8 months, was suggestive of non-obstructive hydrocephaly.
He is on treatment with Depakine syrup, Nitrazepam for infantile spasmes, and with Cerebrolysin, Encephabol, Risatarun, every 3 month with a month break.
He can not control his head but just a few seconds, he can not talk, sit and walk. Otherwise, he is a very smiley boy.
We would like to know if there is a chance for some improvements at your clinic, and if there is, please tell us what we have to do.
Thank you very much.
Author: Oleh Kachmar
Posted: Jul 20 2007 - 11:10 AM
Subject: re: Cerebral palsy, head control
Dear Monika
Thank you for the interest in our treatment method.
From your description I suppose that the treatment is indicated.

Please could you send us recent medical records describing present condition of the boy to our address
So we could answer your question.

Oleh Kachmar, MD
Author: Zinca Monica
Posted: Aug 02 2007 - 08:14 PM
Subject: re: Cerebral palsy, head control
Hello Dr. Kachmar,
I sent you the MRI for my son Emanuel.
You will receive by mail a link from where you will download the archive zip.
If there are problems please let me know.

Best regards,

Monica Zinca[/url]
Author: joji
Posted: Aug 04 2007 - 10:44 AM
Subject: re: Cerebral palsy, head control
dear doctor

my one year dauthter suffereing cerebral palsy,

help me

Author: america
Posted: Aug 09 2007 - 09:11 AM
Subject: re: Cerebral palsy, head control
hello my name is america and my daughters name is keila a couple of years ago we were at a seminar Dr. Kozyavkin was in and sence then i have been intriged about taking my daughter to see him i was wondering how much it would run i saw the rates for teh rooms but its not in dollars so i did not understand my daughter had avery bad zesure when she was about 9 months old of 105.7 and almost died she has come along way but i think she can go further with this treatment thank you and i hope you can respond to me via email at i need all the information possible i would love for her to walk and mabe talk but it seems that shes hit a platto thanx once again hope to gear from you soon
Author: Tania Leshyshak
Posted: Aug 13 2007 - 12:13 PM
Subject: re: re: Cerebral palsy, head control
Dear Monica,

Unfortunately we didn’t get the MRI. Could you send it again, please?


Tania Leshyshak

Author: Tania Leshyshak
Posted: Aug 13 2007 - 12:22 PM
Subject: re: re: Cerebral palsy, head control
Dear Joji,

Thank you for the interest in our method.
To be admitted for a treatment you should send us a recent medical report by
one of the patient's doctors stating the diagnosis and current condition of the patient.

Feel free to ask any questions,
Tania Leshyshak
Author: Murat
Posted: Sep 12 2007 - 08:39 PM
Subject: re: Cerebral palsy, head control
The medical treatment you use is good but i wonder why there is not dotrofil syrup. if only you use ecerebrolysin in first six months of life. Cerebrolysin can repair brain cells by addinh them essensial aminoacids. This is my experience we use milupa eoprotin 4+4 sccopps per day this fortifier is verry usefull and have positive effects. Perhaps this will be usefull in head control and optical atropy.

i hope Gods best treatment events will be on your hand in future...

Murat Terzi
Author: Murat
Posted: Oct 14 2007 - 08:24 PM
Subject: re: Cerebral palsy and ginkgo biloba extract
İn cerebral palsied children if there is a periventricullar white matter in brain ginkgo biloba extract may have a speedy treatment factorial as a herbal medicine. Thoug the modt low blood or oxygen sensitive partf of brain is periventricular side on ventriculars specially in premature infants the first negative affected part of brain is this location. And this perivenntrucular side of brain is responsible transmission of electrical signals from body to brain and from brain to body. the vascular system that bloods this area is very thin ginkgo extract can have more blood and oxxygen transfer to this area by diminishing neuro motor disturbance.
Posted: Sep 20 2008 - 04:55 PM
Subject: re: Cerebral palsy, head control
hello.We have 2boys with problems.They are twins and they are born at 24.12.2003,at 32 weeks,with cerebral palsy,partial optical atrophy.
My first boy is named Tirica Alexandru Ioan and he has cerebral palsy,partial atrophy,problems with his eyes and spatic tetraparesis.He is on treatment with Cerebrolysin,Encephabol,Uteplex,Carbamazepine,Tanacan without break.He cannot control his head,he cannot talk,he cannot walk.
The other boy is named Tirica Laurentiu Constantin and he also suffers from spatic tetraparesis.He is on treatment with Uteplex,Cerebrolysin,Encephabol,Risatarum and Tanacan,without pause.He cannot walk and he cannot use his hands on full capacity,but he can talk and he is a smart boy.
We heard of other children that were treated at your clinic and the results were very good.We hope that you can help us too because we really need it.If you think that some improvements would be possible please contact us.Also we are interested on the costs of a treatment in your clinic.If the treatment is possible please tell us what we have to do.Looking forward to hear news from you.
Thank you.
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