>I'm not sure it is the proper news group but I hope so : I hopelessly need
>My mother had a brain attack about one and a half years ago and then has
>become hemiplegic. She had a six month phisiotherapy in a specialised
>re-education center right after her attack and it's now a beat better. But,
>despite that weak improvement, her right hand doesn't move yet today and she
>has difficulties in walking.
>Is there any here who knows similar case of hemiplegia that has better
>improved and in which conditions ?
>Do you know treatment that can help my mother walking better, make her hand
>move ? What about acupuncture ?
>I am french and I'm sorry for my bad way of speaking English ...
>Anyway, thank you very much for your help.
To start things off, your English is much better than many people who
post to the newsgroups. :)
Anyway, I have been a quadriplegic for the past 2 years and have tried
a few therapies myself. You might want to look into biofeedback for
your mother, possibly even Function Electrical Stimulation. (FES)
These 2 therapies can be very beneficial, although they do not help
There is a frech mailing list for paraplegia, hemiplegia, and
quadriplegia. To subscribe, send a blank message to
espoir-subscribe at egroups.com
If I can be of further assistance, please let me know.