Physical abuse is the non-accidental curse of physical harm to a youngster. By and large, the abuser is ordinarily a relative or other guardian, and is more prone to be male. In any case, females likewise assume an overwhelming part in the physical abuse, particularly as Munchausen disorder. This is the point at which the guardian (regularly the mother) looks for consideration by making the kid wiped out or even simply seem, by all accounts, to be wiped out (Baker, 1999). Cases have flooded our healing facilities, child care homes, social specialist case loads, and court dockets. Since 1980, reports of youngster misuse have quadrupled.