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Name: Tikaani
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I am sitting here reading this site for the first time. To all those mums and dads out there who have just started this journey, I would like to say that there is hope and there is help...but one thing is sure, if you do nothing to help your baby....nothing will happen. After years of disappointment and searching I have found a therapist who uses Laser Point Percussion Therapy for cerebral palsy and kids with disabilities and it has changed everything for my child.
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Name: Kim Mori | Date: Jul 23rd, 2006 4:26 AM
What changes has it made to your child? How do they do it? And how old is your child? Does your child have any other disabilities?

Name: Tikaani | Date: Jul 24th, 2006 9:32 AM
My baby is turning 4 soon. He has a diagnosis of spastic quadriplegia after birth trauma. We started the first course of LPPT for reflux and constipation and to rebalance his tone, then we followed this with a course for his legs...and he was able to learn to stand and now walks by himself ( we were told he would never walk )...we start our next course for his speech in a few weeks !

He loves going to therapy - the laser is painless and fast - I think it works on "neural clusters" in the muscles and his autonomic nervous system. All up sessions last from 20 minutes up to 1 hour depending on what we are doing... 

Name: jitan | Date: Aug 13th, 2006 1:21 PM
hi tikaani u from which place?what is cost of that therapy?if u mention it i will be greatful.my id [email protected] 

Name: momof3onewithcp | Date: Nov 11th, 2006 1:40 AM
Hi mom son is 71/2 and has spastic quad cpand is deaf. PLEASE let me know where you are from and if this is available in canada and where to find it and roughly how much. God bless you and cant wait for your [email protected] 

Name: eman | Date: Jan 9th, 2007 4:09 AM
HI Tikanni, I have a 7 year old girl who has CP. I've tried a lot of different therapies with her and none of them work. How does LPPT work. Where is this done and what improvments have you seen. 

Name: Colin | Date: Feb 17th, 2009 6:14 AM
I was to study under Prof. Wang in 1991 but he had a heart attack and could not make it to Australia.
I went to China in 1992 and studied Chinese Massage and Acupuncture at the Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital in Hangzhou.
I am a qualified disability services officer and Massage Therapist and have had some good results doing volunteer work with children with Cerebral Palsy.
I had a lot of bureaucratic problems. In 1992 I was doing volunteer work at a special school in Geelong VIC. I was promised a position there as a therapist/disability services officer helping the physios, when I got back from China.

When I returned I was not allowed to work with the children, the manager told me that the specialist Doctors did not want to be seen as failures where someone like me could have some success.
The Cerebral Palsy League in QLD will not help me even now.
Do you know of any families on the Gold Coast that I could help as a volunteer?
I am offering free treatment to any preschool aged child with cerebral palsy on the Gold Coast or in the Hervey Bay area.

Colin McKenzie 

Name: Billie Jo | Date: Mar 21st, 2009 12:02 AM
I have a ten year old son.. not biologically mine but he is you know.... he has cp... for the last two years i have tried so much.. he doesnt walk but can sit to stand .. it is the mobility part that he cant get right yet.. and he is only 2 1/2 inches shorter than me.... I started with counting and he learned that in two weeks not verbal but just holding up fingers. now onto sign language.. how do i learn if this is right for him? what kind of specialist? 

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