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Cerebral Palsy in Toddlers

Cerebral palsy can affect toddlers aged 1-3 in many different ways. As a parent, it’s your responsibility to identify and take note of developmental milestones and ensure that your child is reaching these within a reasonable timeframe. If your child is struggling for whatever reason, you may want to...

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Types of Cerebral Palsy Surgeries

While not ever person with cerebral palsy requires surgery, some children have symptoms so severe that certain surgeries are recommended. There are several types of surgical procedures that doctors might use in an effort to make movement easier for children with cerebral palsy. Types of Surgery There are several choices for making life...

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SEMLARASS & Cerebral Palsy

Children with cerebral palsy usually have issues with muscle spasticity, which basically means that the child cannot effectively control their muscle movements. Those with CP often suffer from “jerky” motions or a severe lack of muscle tone which can affect simple activities such as grasping things, walking or turning....

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Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy

Cerebral palsy is a non-progressive developmental disorder which affects thousands of children every year. Thought to occur as a result of negligence and medical malpractice during pregnancy, delivery and shortly after birth, this condition has no known cure. However, a novel procedure that’s been performed by a surgeon in...

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Using Dysport to Treat Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy can be rather debilitating for some children, while others have few or other minimal problems. Dysport was developed to help those cerebral palsy patients who suffer from pediatric lower limb spasticity as well as adults who have problems with their lower limbs or those with spasticity in...

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