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Art and Paintings Cerebral-palsy Deformity Correction and Limb lengthening Pediatric Orthopedics

Cerebral Palsy – Detect Early, Intervene Early


This is my #NFT #Art to raise awareness on #Disability caused by #CerebralPalsy .

Importance of detecting it early and early intervention is stressed. Quite often we find that children are not referred early and treated. This results in very bad deformities that are difficult to mend.

This is part of the #ArztForACause effort by doctors to improve disease awareness among public via 🎨#Art #paintings #nftart https://t.co/OzZUu9FJCh

This will be available as #NFT on https://opensea.io/dreaswar shortly.

Major part of the sale proceed will go towards treatment of these children with #Deformity, #Disability and #cerebralpalsy .

The link to my NFT in the bio.

🌍https://linktr.ee/dreaswar

Early Intervention is the key

#WorldDisabilityDay

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Deformity Correction and Limb lengthening Orthopedics Pediatric Orthopedics

Cerebral Palsy Medical Camp at Shoranur, Kerala


A free medical camp for underpriviliged children suffering from Cerebral Palsy and Pediatric Orthopaedic disorders was organised by Dr. Easwar T.R and the administrative team at ICCONS, Shoranur, Kerala on 24th, May,2018.

A gamut of problems commonly seen in children with Cerebral Palsy was observed in OPD. While some parents had the good fortune of seeking medical care and intervention early in course of disease and others were not so fortunate. Lack of parental knowledge, distance / accessible care, financial cruch, normal siblings to care for and single parent challenges were the most important issues observed on casual data collection.

The medical camp was followed by an awareness class for parents, therapists and other care givers by Dr. Easwar T.R on the various aspects of Cerebral Palsy.

Custom wheel chair and mobility solutions for needy patients was discussed with Physiotherapists and low cost solutions for the same identified. Mobility solutions continue to be a major challenge for children in rural areas with poor roads, small homes with narrow doors and steps inside homes especially with outdoor toilets.