Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral Palsy Due To Birth Injury

Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a permanent disability arising from abnormal development of the brain, or damage to the developing brain before, during, or following birth. The word cerebral refers to “of the brain,” and palsy means paralysis.  It is one of the most debilitating congenital disabilities, offering no cure and a significant impact on the lives of those affected. CP related to brain damage that occurred before or during birth makes up a majority of CP cases (85%–90%).  In many cases, the specific cause is unknown and unavoidable, but a few of the risk factors for congenital CP are capable
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