ISSN: 1935-1232 (P)

ISSN: 1941-2010 (E)

Nadia Mohamed Abd Elhakiem
Department of Physical Therapy for Neuromuscular Disorders and Surgery, Deraya University, El Minia, Egypt


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    Author(s): Mohamed Serag Eldein Mahgoub*, Wagdy William Amin Younan, Nadia Mohamed Abd Elhakiem, Mina Nashat Halim Farag, Emad Makram Ghattas, Tamer Mohamed El-Saeed and Mohamed El-Saeed

    Background: Brain spastic paralysis (cp) is one of the most frequent neurologic turmoil due to immature cerebral injury or any other harm to the birth brain. Many therapies have been employed to make life meaningful for the CP patient, for example, medical, surgical, and rehabilitation treatment. More recently, Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulus (R-TMS) has developed as a new, established technique for treating distinct neurological and psychiatric issues. Objective: investigate the efficacy of r-TMS on muscle spasticity in CP children by stimulating the brain's motor cortex area responsible for muscle movements. Methods: Thirty spastic hemiplegic paralytic cerebral children aged between 7-14 years were recruited randomly, assigned to two groups from an extensive rehabilitation institution (15 children e.. Read More»

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