Learn About Hemiplegia

What is the definition of Hemiplegia?
Hemiplegia is a paralysis (loss of motor function) on one side of the body due to brain, nerve, or spinal cord injury or disease or a congenital birth defect. Hemiplegia can be temporary or permanent, depending on the cause.
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What are the symptoms of Hemiplegia?
Symptoms of hemiplegia includes paralysis (inability to move) on one side of the body, such as the right arm and leg, muscle stiffness, and decreased sensation.
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What are the current treatments for Hemiplegia?
There is currently no treatment for hemiplegia. Treatment for hemiplegia includes rehabilitation with physical therapy, nerve stimulation, occupational therapy, the use of wheelchairs, braces, canes, or walkers, and adaptive equipment for daily activities.
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