An early intervention program for children with special needs launched

AktivOrtho, a comprehensive centre for  orthopaedic, neurological and gynaecological concerns, pain management and weight management solutions has launched an early intervention program on 5th October, 2016 on the occasion of the World Cerebral Palsy Day.


AktivOrthos new intervention program aims to provide:

  • Comprehensive rehab care to children with multiple neurological
  • Rheumatologic
  • Musculoskeletal &amp
  • Rehabilitation of various post traumatic issues.

The program includes complete rehab care under the supervision of Rehabilitation Specialist Dr. Sonu Singh.

Commenting pic-1-1on the launch of the intervention program, the new initiative of AktivOrtho, Dr. Sonu Singh, MD (Doctor of Medicine) “ Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, AktivOrtho said, We are happy to add the early intervention program to AktivOrthos portfolio of services. The program will focus on early rehabilitation for better future. Cerebral Palsy being the most common childhood motor disability is a permanent life-long condition. It refers to a group of neurological disorders that permanently affect body movement, muscle coordination, and balance. Through this program, we endeavour to help children who seek rehabilitation for their physical & neurological needs at AktivOrtho.


Gerd Mueller, Chairman and Managing Director, AktivOrtho said, We are very delighted to launch this new intervention program at AktivOrtho. This will help creating awareness about the age-old neurological disorder among children. We aim to further strengthen our Neuro Paediatric program, especially in the area of cerebral palsy with Dr. Sonu Singhs expertise and in-depth knowledge of diagnosis, prevention, treatment and rehabilitation. His knowledge, skills and experience will further raise the standards of AktivOrtho.

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