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... I'm so sorry to hear that Kaitlyn had such a rough time. I hope the spasms have stopped or at least slowed down. Maggie had a bad reaction to the fentanyl too. Only not nearly as bad. Just a very bad case of the hives. ... (25 replies)
... If I may ask, what type of CP does your child have? My son has CP diplegia. He is 3 years old(a twin), and he is going to preschool 3 times a week. He also has a walker, but the school and I have decided that we do not want him to use the walker. He really wants to use it all the time, but I have taken it away from him, forcing him to go without it. His walking has... (10 replies)
... t ware the SDR option until a couple of month ago when we visited Dr. Alexandre in UNC. Plus Dr. ... (10 replies)

... Hi nwmom, I'm reopening this old thread from many moons ago. I hope you stumble upon it and can help give me some advice. I'm facing the same thing with Dr. Park's team about my son's pronation. ... (14 replies)
... What is SDR? (14 replies)
... Thank you for the update on Maggie. She sure is a success story for SDR! I hope that her new school year is going well. I've often wondered what Kaitlyn's social life will hold during those difficult teenage years. ... (25 replies)
... is name is Jake Perez, you can google it Jake Perez SDR. He even put a dairy on line of how he felt prior and post op. He is very mild, walked with a limp before sdr and did it for the gait mostly. ... (7 replies)
... The SDR has helped him in so many ways, but I guess the pronation is one thing it doesn't adjust for. ... (14 replies)
... ngthened muscles are making it easier for him to extend his leg out and take longer steps, which has gotten him closer to walking on his heel than anything else. Hope this helps someone out there! ... (0 replies)
... I'm so thankful every day that he had the surgery and hope you all have great success with it, too! ... (14 replies)
SDR Parents
May 27, 2007
... Hello all SDR Parents! ... (7 replies)
... he grocery store or the library to do his exercises. It is amazing to see the difference in his motivation by taking him somewhere like that to do his exercises. Hope this helps. Good luck with Kaitlyn. It is a long road, but well worth the efforts in how much better they feel and in what they can do after SDR. ... (25 replies)
... We were just wondering how Kaitlyn was getting along. Were you able to have the SDR in December? ... (25 replies)
... who ambulate independently, had no extensive ortho surgeries and have underlying strength. Having said that, I do know that he operated on more involved adults. Hope it helps. ... (7 replies)
Apr 28, 2009
... een a month since we have been back. Her walking is definitely less spastic so less of the scissoring gait, but she is so weak that she still walks swaggering. I hope with time it gets better. ... (31 replies)
... Hi there--yes, we used the estim unit during exercise and during walking. His PT at the time liked the estim a lot, and said that if you used it with the remote control button and pushed the button while he was pushing off with his foot in walking or while he was exerting his muscle during an exercise, that it optimized the muscle strengthening benefits of the estim unit. The... (14 replies)
May 2, 2009
... Yes, he's still improving because he has the lack of spasticity to allow him to learn new physical things, kind of like typical kids, but at a much slower rate. The one thing that seems to be so hard for Noah to learn is how to get his heel down without anyone telling him to or without him thinking about it. He can do it, but it's definitely not a habit for him. That and the... (31 replies)
Apr 8, 2009
... have taken off work and each day I think of all the places we can go to get her to do her exercise in a way she won't realize that is what I am trying to do. I hope all this will pay off and I will see some results and someday in the future worry "less" about her walking and stop alway slooking at her legs and how they move! ... (31 replies)
Mar 9, 2009
... Vanessa, We were nervous, too--once you get there, everyone is so nice and professional, and they do so many unusually nice things for the patient and family that it really helps you to feel better. As I remember, they gave us another post-surgery booklet while we were there which had pictures in it. The therapist did go over all the exercises in a post-surgery therapy... (31 replies)
Mar 6, 2009
... se he's doing harder things and manuevering in more complex ways than before. He gets back up mucher easier than before surgery. He has much more endurance, too. Hope this helps. ... (31 replies)

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