To whom it may concern,
I wanted to share with you, a provider of services for children with Cerebral Palsy that you may not be aware of. The provider of these services is Ms. Krisztina Koncz and her assistant Eszter, and they are a wonderful pair that have aided my 5 year old granddaughter Sonya in her quest to walk independently. Krisztina is a Conductor who is here from Hungary and was previously employed with The Therapy Place in Columbia SC. Krisztina is now performing the Conductive Education Program at her residence and she specializes in assisting children such as Sonya who have been diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy. Sonya has been a student of Krisztina’s now for a little over 3 months and has made tremendous strides in her quest to walk independently. When Sonya first started the conductive education sessions, she could not stand on her own but had to hold onto objects or use a walker in order to walk. She had been going through occupational and physical therapy at various other sites and has been to the St. Louis Children’s Hospital for a procedure called Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy, which all have helped her greatly. I must say though, that the conductive education program that she now attends has helped her to not only stand on her own for extended periods of time without any support, but she is also taking 8-9 steps independently and has grown in many other favorable ways! This is truly an answered prayer for Sonya’s family and friends and I have no doubt that very soon with the continued conductive therapy, Sonya will be independently walking. Sonya completely adores going to her sessions and Krisztina and Eszter treat Sonya like she is their daughter, with tremendous love and affection and a huge desire for Sonya to be independent. My wife Debra and I had almost exhausted all avenues of progress for the treatment of Sonyas Cerebral Palsy until we were put into contact with Krisztina but we are ecstatic with the progress. Unfortunately, this process is not well known in the United States and there are only a few providers of these services in our nation, none of which are based here in South Carolina that I am aware of. I would love to get this information made public so that parents and guardians of others with Cerebral Palsy can see the same positive results that Sonya has seen. I would love to elaborate more on this process and these two wonderful miracle workers, and they can explain the process in more detail if you so desire.
Miracle Workers in Columbia
To whom it may concern,
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