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... I know someone whose moderate spastic Diplegia cerebral palsy and she walk on her side of her feet when she not wearing AFO. I have mild spastic Diplegia cerebral palsy I walk on my toes when not wearing braces. In addition, I go through shoes, like they do not cost anything. ... (10 replies)
... Thank you, Samantha, for replying to my post. I totally empathized in how you felt about wearing leg braces, because when the Shrines had made leg braces for me. The AFO leg braces, were hurting me so bad to the point of bones deformed under my toes, it felt like a sharp stone in my toes, also, there were red mark around my foots. However, I had stopped wearing the legs... (10 replies)
... I have spastic diplegia and am 16 years old. When I was diagnosed the doctors told my parents that I'd never walk. ... (8 replies)

... while standing holding on with one hand, she does not fix her feet well and after a few minutes, they shift making her lose her balance and twist on the arm. Any suggestions to help fixing the feet. ... (2 replies)
... I am 32 years old have Spastic Diplegia. What she is doing is normal. She has no control over her muscles. The brain is causing all her tightness. ... (2 replies)
... l ease my leg pain.I had went to a Doctor in Washington who suggested I do situps legs aren't even strong enough to get me up if I kneel down a bit. My feet turn in when I walk and everyone looks down at my feet...most of them think I've been in an accident.The best of luck to you. ... (10 replies)
... no hip pain but i walk on sides my feet when not wearing braces. ... (10 replies)
... I have to commend you for your courage to drive a manual transmission car in the first place! Are you living in the United States? So your overall body coordination is good? Driving an automatic transmission car with hand controls is what I have been doing for over 38 years. If you could control a manual transmission, an automatic would be much easier for you... I have Spastic... (19 replies)
... s arthritis making my hips, knees, and feet sore. ... (10 replies)
... old that there was anything to worry about. I was a little slower running than the other kids. Additionaly, I am a twin, and I believe my brother also has mild spastic diplegia, he just has no reason to get diagosed with it. ... (0 replies)
... His neurologist said he was spastic hemiplegia, I didn't tell her this, but I disagree with her, he isn't worst on one side. ... (9 replies)
... arn to walk all over again, as the ankle joint offers no range of motion. Therefore, balance is compromised. After 26 years of no AFOs, you can imagine what my feet looked and felt like, and my knees felt horrible too. ... (34 replies)
... My son will be 9 at the end of the month. He has spastic diplegia. ... (14 replies)
... I'm 41 with spastic diplegia and I have sleep problems galore, most of them pretty new. I also can get no help from doctors since I don't live near any that work with adults with CP. ... (3 replies)
... I might can help a bit. My younger son is now a young adult, but has a diagnosis of spastic diplegia. ... (2 replies)
... My son Noah is a fairly high functioning boy with spastic diplegia. We're trying to get two different opinions on what if anything needs to be done to help him walk more easily as he grows. ... (0 replies)
... I just found this site. I have had spastic diplegia since birth. ... (26 replies)
... Hi I was diagnosed with spastic diplegia at 3 years of age I am now 48 I have noticed that my muscles have got tighter as I have got older. ... (26 replies)
... Hi all - my little boy had a hospital appt this week and was examined by an orthopaedic surgeon. He also had x-rays of his feet. He's 26 months old and is so far not able to stand without support and unable to walk too. He's been having infrequent physio for around a year now after his health visitor referred him (he was not sitting up at 1 year.) He did not sit up until... (10 replies)
... For those who haven't read my heel cord post, my son Noah is 7 years old and has spastic diplegia CP. He had SDR surgery four years ago and is highly functional. Our Dr. ... (5 replies)

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