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Polio/ Cerebral Palsy surgical correction


Cerebral palsy is a degenerating condition that is seen to occur in infants and small-aged children. The symptoms include tremors, poor muscle coordination, stiff muscles, and weak musculature. Polio is a virus-borne disease that causes similar symptoms in the patients. Children suffering from such conditions often undergo many types of surgeries including Osteotomy, Muscle lengthening, Tendon lengthening, Tendon or muscle cutting, Arthrodesis, Scoliosis repair, and Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy.