Cerebral Palsy Awareness Day

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Webinar date

Friday 26 March 2021

webinar time

2PM-5PM (AEST)

Webinar date

Friday 26 March 2021

webinar time

2PM-5PM (AEST)

(For new patients to Sustain Health only)

How does Neuro-Acupuncture benefit Cerebral Palsy

Relieving spasticity

Improving motor functions

Promoting nerve activity

Improving cognitive function

Relieving spasticity

Improving motor functions

Promoting nerve activity

Improving cognitive function

Next Day Friday, March 26th, 2pm to 5pm Starts In:

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If you are interested in this event and would like a complimentary Neuro-Acupuncture treatment for Cerebral Palsy, please click the “Apply Now For a Free Treatment” button below and fill out the form.

Once your submitted application has been approved by our Acupuncturists you will be contacted by our team.

(For new patients to Sustain Health only)

Neuro-Acupuncture may help with the following:

Impaired motor function 

 

Muscle weakness 
   

Perception and balance deficits

 
Spasticity

Epilepsy

Walking difficulties
Sensation disturbances
 
Impaired cognition 

Communication difficulties

Muscle control


Secondary musculoskeletal problems 

The latest research on Acupuncture for Cerebral Palsy

How Neuro-Acupuncture has helped our patients with neurological symptoms

Why Our Acupuncturists Are Unique

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Dr Scott Ling

CHIEF ACUPUNCTURIST & CHINESE MEDICINE PRACTITIONER

Next event on Friday, March 26th, 2pm to 5pm Starts In:

Days
Hours
Minutes
Seconds

If you are interested in this event and would like a complimentary Neuro-Acupuncture treatment for Cerebral Palsy, please click the “Apply Now For a Free Treatment” button below and fill out the form.

Once your submitted application has been approved by our Acupuncturists you will be contacted by our team.

(For new patients to Sustain Health only)

Only 6 appointments

    1. Zhang, X., Che, Y., Li, H., Yin, H., Chen, T., Dong, Q. and Du, Y., 2019. [Efficacy of acupuncture for spastic cerebral palsy in infancy stage]. Zhong Guo Zhen Jiu,.
    2. Lee, G., Lee, P., Ran, N. and Zhou, J., 2019. Scalp acupuncture for children with cerebral palsy. Medicine, 98(48), p.e18062.
    3. Wang, J., Shi, W., Khiati, D., Shi, B., Shi, X., Luo, D., Wang, Y., Deng, R., Huang, H., Li, J., Yan, W. and Yang, H., 2020. Acupuncture treatment on the motor area of the scalp for motor dysfunction in children with cerebral palsy: study protocol for a multicenter randomized controlled trial. Trials, 21(1).
    4. Shi, L., Guo, L., Zhang, H., Li, Y., Zhong, D., Xiao, Q., Li, J., Ye, X. and Jin, R., 2019. Acupuncture for poststroke spasticity. Medicine, 98(39), p.e17124.
    5. Gao, J., He, L., Yu, X., Wang, L., Chen, H., Zhao, B. and Jiang, Y., 2019. Rehabilitation with a combination of scalp acupuncture and exercise therapy in spastic cerebral palsy. Complementary therapies in clinical practice, 35, pp.296-300.
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