The saying goes… You have to learn to crawl before you can walk.
But for some children, especially those with cerebral palsy, crawling can prove difficult if not impossible and when children miss that important step, it can have a negative impact on mental development.
Now, though, a new high-tech device being tested at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, may change all of that.
Imagine having excruciating pain all day...every day. Pain that worsens if you do something as simple as sitting down.
That's what happens to people when a nerve in the lower pelvis becomes entrapped. It's a condition that in some ways is similar to what happens with carpal tunnel syndrome. However, when it happens in the pelvis, the pain can be crippling.