For most children, treatment can lead to big improvements in how they can move and what they can do.
Arthrogryposis (arth-ro-grip-OH-sis) means a child is born with joint contractures. This means some of their joints don't move as much as normal and may even be stuck in one position. Often the muscles around these joints are thin, weak, stiff or missing. Extra tissue may have formed around the joints, holding them in place.
Treatment Strategies and Modalities
At Idaho Therapy Source, we work as a team to evaluate your child's abilities and recommend a plan to help your child become as active as possible...