Dyspraxia in Wheelchair

If you suffer from this disease you will find yourself bumping into things when you walk, and a loss of balance as well. There are other symptoms that are associated with dyspraxia, such as hand-eye coordination, difficulty with everyday life, such as when you are tying your shoelaces you have more trouble than the average person.

Or when you are trying to get dressed in the morning and you take much longer to do so than the average individual.

The overall condition of a patient may deteriorate over time if the user is not getting the correct type of treatment for this illness. One of the things that the patient must go through in order to maintain a balanced lifestyle after a dyspraxia diagnosis is to participate in physical therapy in order to be able to maintain muscle movement and overall mobility.

 

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