Cerebral Palsy

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My doctor says my child’s cerebral palsy was not caused by a mistake at birth. Should I trust my doctor?

Your doctor may be correct. However, your doctor may knowingly or unknowingly be misleading you to avoid a medical malpractice lawsuit. That is why you must gather more information before you simply trust your doctor’s opinion. Seek a Legal Opinion Now You trust your doctor…

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How do I find a physical therapist for my child with cerebral palsy?

Physical therapy benefits many children with cerebral palsy. With the right physical therapy treatment, children may improve mobility, coordination, and motor skills, experience reduced pain and muscle stiffness, and prevent future problems. You want your child to experience these physical therapy benefits but you don’t know…

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What should I do if I think my child has cerebral palsy?

As your infant grows, you may become concerned about potential symptoms of cerebral palsy. Maybe your child isn’t meeting developmental milestones, or you are worried about the way your baby is moving. You may feel overwhelmed and frightened, but you are not in this alone….

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My child has cerebral palsy, and I’d like to find a local support group. Where should I start?

Connecting with other parents of children with cerebral palsy may be invaluable to you. These connections can provide you not only with practical and useful information but also with understanding and companionship. You can often start looking for connections within the cerebral palsy community by…

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What government resources are available for people with cerebral palsy?

Taking care of a child with cerebral palsy often involves tapping into many different resources. As a parent, you are your child’s most important resource, teacher, and provider, but you shouldn’t have to provide all of your child’s care without help. Consider Government Resources for…

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Will my child need surgery if he or she has cerebral palsy from a birth injury?

If your child has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy due to a birth injury, this doesn’t necessarily mean surgery will be required. Every child with cerebral palsy is different, which means some children will not require surgery at all. Surgery is only recommended when the…

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