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Mild Cerebral Palsy  By Jason Gluckman

The detection of cerebral palsy is highly subjective. It is diagnosed mainly by looking at the way a child moves plus his or her muscle tone. As such, some doctors may conclude that a certain child has cerebral palsy while some may say otherwise.  more...


Symptoms Of Cerebral Palsy  By Jeff Rasansky

Cerebral palsy is difficult to detect at birth. Two early indicators of cerebral palsy in infants are abnormal muscle tone or the tendency to favor one side of the body over the other. If your infant seems unusually floppy or limp it could be a sign of hypotonia, meaning reduced muscle tone. If your infant seems excessively rigid or unbendable it could be a sign of hypertonia, meaning increased muscle tone.  more...


Getting Away With Mild Cerebral Palsy  By Low Jeremy

CP is commonly known as cerebral palsy.  more...


Getting Away With Mild Cerebral Palsy  By Low Jeremy

CP is commonly known as cerebral palsy. This is a condition that is caused by disorders in the motor ability of the child which causes him to act unnaturally and move differently. Cerebral palsy is a serious disorder or injury; however, there is also a form of mild cerebral palsy.

This is mild compared to cerebral palsy. There are a lot of causes that contribute to mild cerebral palsy. Some of the causes are the same as that of cerebral palsy only that, the damages are not that severe. A child with mild cerebral palsy can respond to some actions and situations while a child with severe cerebral palsy may be hard to deal with and they cannot talk at all.

A mild cerebral palsy enables the child to talk and answer back but not too perfect. Scientist has said that there are about thousands of children and infants are diagnosed of mild cerebral palsy. Another thousand of it are diagnosed of severe cerebral palsy. A child with mild cerebral palsy may still have the chance to be cured with series of treatments and physical therapy sessions.

However, it will not take a short time to aim perfect and natural conditions because the neuromuscular system of the child is damages which might require special critical treatments. A child with mild cerebral palsy can still be able to learn things because some of the reflexes are not damaged and are still active.

A child with mild cerebral palsy might even be cured naturally in the years to come but it is however unpredictable. Parents should be very attentive and caring if their child has mild cerebral palsy so that it can be treated. A child’s motor ability is not that affected with mild cerebral palsy and is somehow expected to change dramatically if the child is eager.

Nowadays, researchers and scientists are trying their very best to come up with successful treatments to treat children who are diagnosed of mild cerebral palsy. More and more therapies have been enhanced and studied to fully achieve their goals.

If you have a child who has mild cerebral palsy, do not give up on them because they still have the chance to be cured. All you have to do is to keep them healthy by giving them the right food, getting them into treatment and therapy programs that will enhance their muscular ability and try to teach them as if they were natural healthy children.


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