Shock wave therapy for spastic plantar flexor muscles in hemiplegic cerebral palsy children


Shock wave therapy; Spasticity; Cerebral palsy; Gait; H/M ratio Abstract Background: The spastic motor type is the most common form of cerebral palsy (CP). Spastic equines foot is the most frequent deformity in ambulated children with CP. Shock wave therapy on spastic muscles of the upper limb in stroke patients provided a significant reduction in muscle… (More)


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