A Novel Intervention Technology for Cerebral Palsy: Brain Stimulation

Sara Ramezani, Naser Amini, Fatemeh khodaei, Hosein Safakheil, Arash sarveazad, Lena Mohebi, Peiman Brouki milan

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Abstract:

A common pediatric disorder with posture and motor dysfunction

in neurological diseases is known as cerebral palsy (CP). Recently,

a series of effective techniques have been developed for treatment

of CP. These promising methods need high-tech equipment for

brain stimulation and mainly classified into invasive and noinvasive

approaches. This study aimed to introduce these techniques

for treatment of patients who suffer from CP. The potential and

performance of currently available brain stimulation techniques have

been mentioned in detail. Moreover, the clinical application, safety,

efficacy and challenges of these methods have been discussed. Here

we review the recent advances in the CP treatment with an emphasis

on brain stimulation techniques

Keywords:

Cerebral palsy; Brain stimulation; Pediatric disorder


Keywords


Brain Stimulation, Cerebral Palsy, TDCS. DBS, RTMS

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