Some form of physical therapy is often the first step in treating cerebral palsy. It has been shown that exercise can improve motor skills and prevent movement issues from getting worse over time.
In fact, those people with Cerebral Palsy often see gains in mobility, strength, coordination, balance, endurance, posture, gait and reduced pain. This overall benefit can in turn help prevent future problems such as contractures and joint dislocations, Scoliosis, thoracic kyphosis, lumbar lordosis, pelvic issues, knee deformity and hand or wrist issues.
However, many people with Cerebral Palsy are unable to conduct traditional exercise due to its impact or time required. As such, they miss out on the often miraculous results of exercise and associated brain stimulation and neural improvement, which is a key reason why we invented the Isodynamic Reviver machines and program.