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... My son was diagnosed with hypotonic cerebral palsy 22 years ago. ... (1 replies)
... My son was misdiagnosed with diplegic cerebral palsy .Recently he is diagnosed with hypotonic cerebral palsy .The therapists say that he has a global developmental delay but at least he is catching up slowly . ... (1 replies)
... My son is 2.3 years old and has mild cerebral palsy. He is primarily hypotonic; he walks only with a toy walker and slouches dramatically when sitting (often losing his balance if he is doing something with his hands like motions to songs). I know there is no right answer, but I would love some input on how much therapy he "should" be getting. (Being hypotonic, most of what... (14 replies)

Sensory problems
Apr 16, 2008
... My daughter who just turned 2 was just diagnosed with hypotonic CP. She is globally delayed and has sensory issues. Some of her sensory problems seem a lot like autism symptoms. ... (1 replies)
... My son is 3 years old and has CP (triplegic/hypotonic/mixed), and was previously standing on his own (only when we distracted him with a game or activity, and usually 30 seconds, but up to 5 minutes when VERY distracted), and walking a few (very hesitant) independent steps at a time. His entire medical team (developmental ped & 3 PTs, including head of PT department for... (4 replies)
... old son with mild hemiparetic primarily hypotonic CP with good results. ... (3 replies)
... is hypotonic in his trunk and neck some but other than the way his sitting was slouchy and he wasn't mobile yet, he was very typical. ... (10 replies)
... the dr can be so certain with your daughter because there aren't a lot of causes other than cp when it comes to high tone. the one leg dragging is also a give away. ... (5 replies)
... My son was exactly 2 years old when he did CIMT. His left arm does not seem to have any clinical impairment, while his right arm is hypotonic (has low tone). I started to notice just after his first birthday that he greatly preferred to use his left hand over his right hand. Asymmetrical hand/arm movements and fisting had been observed by a pediatric neurologist when he was... (3 replies)
... rather than hypertonic which makes his situation from most other people with cp completely different from my experience but we in no way tend to hide that things are harder for him. I just get irritated with the need to label. ... (9 replies)
... He was hypotonic from birth, but the docs couldn't tell us much because he was on the pheno, which depresses brain activity. ... (19 replies)
... body massage, accompanied by a reflex therapy for the places of attachment of hypertonic and hypotonic muscles. The vertebral column is then corrected by unlocking. ... (1 replies)

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