Physical Therapy

Physical therapy is a branch of rehabilitative health that is considered one of the most important aspects of treating children with cerebral palsy. Those with cerebral palsy experience mobility, function, posture and balance challenges of varying degrees, and physical therapy – which focuses on basic mobility such as standing, walking, climbing stairs, reaching or operating a wheelchair – is a key element in the multidisciplinary approach to increasing a child’s mobility.

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Orthopedic Treatment

A musculoskeletal system is one of the most important facets of the human body. It’s also one that is most typically affected by cerebral palsy. Orthopedic health is managed through medications, surgical interventions and assistive technology to relieve symptoms and improve functionality. Moreover, therapies can help strengthen and train muscles to improve function in a way that will help support orthopedic health.

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