Treatment of CVA Stroke Paralysis:

A Case Study of Tirath Prasad Tiwari-

TREATED BY INDUCTIVE PSYCHOPLASTY

 

NAME:                                 Tirath Prasad Tiwari

AGE:                                     95yrs.

SEX:                                      Male.

FATHER OF:                        Shiv Balak Tiwari

ADDRESS:                           Village-Shukulgama, District-Rewa (M.P.)

                                             Pin 486001   INDIA

 

DURATION OF ILLNESS: Since 10yrs back.

REASONS FOR ONSET:     Road traffic accident (Bus accident) Head Injury.

 

BACKGROUND INFORMATIONS :                              

        CV Attack on 04.04.2001

 

Clinical Features on 21st, March 2002

              

                   Right Hemiplegia with facial palsy

                   Pulse Rate: 84 per mt.

                   BP: 170/118 Hg

                   Stiffness in joints with restricted movements

 

Muscles Strength-

          Right Upper Limb: 0/5

            Right Lower Limb: 0/5

            Planter Reflex:        Positive

 

Sensory-

          Right Upper Limb: OK

            Right Lower Limb: OK

 

Assessment, on 27th, March 2002

after psychoplasty treatment

              

Muscles Strength-

          Right Upper Limb:  4/5

            Right Lower Limb:  4/5

            Planter Reflex:         Positive

            Facial muscles:        Improved OK

            Coordination of muscles in general:  Improved OK

 

The assessment was done by Dr. Devendra Singh (M.B.B.S., M.S.) Medical Officer and Surgeon, Govt. District Hospital, Satna (M.P.) India.

 

 

Statement of  Shiv Balak Tiwari-
(He is son of the patient, and retired staff artist of All India Radio)

 

Dr.J.P.Singh  www.brainsetup.com