Cerebral palsy

For you as a parent, many questions arise.
Your child may have some or all of the following issues:

  • Depression & anxiety

  • ​Epilepsy
  • ​Foot drop​
  • Difficulty walking / risk of falling
  • ​Sensations: numbness, tingling / tremors
  • ​Balance problems

  • ​Loss of vision or hearing​​
  • Incontinence
  • Cathater, feeding tube, pacemaker​
  • Cognitive deficits​
  • Contractures​
  • Coordination issues (ataxia)
  • ​Fatigue​
  • Muscle weakness / paralysis
  • ​Open wounds / bed sores​​
  • Osteoporoosis

  • Problems swallowing
  • ​Pain​
  • Spasticity​
  • Speech deficits​
  • Tremor

We help children and adults with cerebral palsy maximize function, independence, and quality of life

Will my daughter ever walk and talk? Will my son live an independent and fulfilling life one day? One thing is clear: you love your child unconditionally and want to push their development with all your power. At Nextherapy your child will be treated by a multi-disciplinary team of pediatric neuro-specialists who have expertise in treating children with complex neurological issues. We offer intense therapies for children (up to 5 hours a day for several weeks) as well as weekly therapies. Our therapies are fun and gamified to keep the children engaged and motivated. We also measure the progress of your child and can show the improvements over time. You will be part of a community of parents with kids who are working hard towards recovery.

What people say about us

Since the therapy I have noticed that I can stand on my feet more confidently.

My experience with Nextherapy is very positive, I feel comfortable during the treatment. The therapists are very friendly, helpful and competent, also the room is very modern, I would recommend it anytime.

Alfonso Gabriele, cerebral palsy

I have had therapies since childhood. I realised that Nextherapy was a new approach and decided to give them a chance. After just one month, I find it easier to climb stairs and I feel more confident, especially when going upstairs.

Fabian Neubauer, cerebral palsy
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