‘I don’t want another child as I fear cerebral palsy might affect him too’  

Cerebral palsy (CP) happens when the brain doesn’t develop normally. In most cases, it’s when a baby is in the womb, but it can also develop in early childhood. One possible cause of CP is genes. There’s a problem with the body’s growth blueprint that affects the brain’s progress. But there are other things that […]

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Understanding orthopaedic complications of cerebral palsy

Cerebral palsy (CP) is a condition caused by a brain injury that takes place before, during or shortly after birth. Cerebral palsy affects muscle tone and control, which can result in involuntary movements or abnormal walking. The deformities are caused due to the increased muscle tone. The primary orthopaedic conditions most affected in cerebral palsy […]

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