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Causes of Paralysis

Causes of Paralysis

Causes of Paralysis

Paralysis is a medical condition in which a person loses  control of part of his or her body. It is typically the result of damage of the spinal cord or peripheral nerves.

Paralysis also comes in different types. Medical experts categorize paralysis in the following ways:

  • Complete paralysis: occurs when a patient loses full control over and feelings in an affected area.
  • Partial or incomplete: occurs when a person retains some control over and feelings in an affected body area.
  • Localized paralysis: happens when a particular body, like the face, hand, or feet, becomes paralyzed. 
  • Generalized paralysis: happens when different body parts are paralyzed, depending on where a patient’s spinal cord or brain is injured. 

Stay on this page to learn more about paralysis’ causes, symptoms, and available medical interventions.

Common Causes of Paralysis

Paralysis can result from any type of accident that causes physical trauma to the spinal cord or nervous system. Some of the more common cause of paralysis include:

  • Car accident
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • Slips, trips, and falls
  • Bicycle accidents
  • Truck accidents

Paralysis Symptoms and Treatment Options

Besides the loss of control of and feelings in an affected body part, a patient may experience the following symptoms.

  • Weakened muscles
  • Visible muscle loss
  • Stiffened muscles
  • Automatic twitches

So far, paralysis has no cure. However, these medical interventions relieve the condition.

  • Physio-therapy to strengthen weak muscles
  • Occupational therapy
  • Mobility aids like braces, walkers, and wheelchairs
  • Medicines
  • Amputations
  • Nerve transfer surgeries

Consult a Beverly Hills Paralysis Attorney Today

Have you or your loved one suffered paralysis for which you want to sue for compensation? Don’t fight alone; instead, team up with an experienced Beverly Hills paralysis attorney to help you. The team at Jalilvand Law is standing by to help you obtain justice.  Contact us  today for a free case evaluation.

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