Category: CP Symptoms
Low or flaccid muscle tone (hypotonia) is a rare symptom of cerebral palsy. In fact, most people with cerebral palsy have the opposite condition, which
Do you know what the main differences between cerebral palsy and Parkinson’s disease are? Both are neurological disorders, but they affect individuals at very different
Is cerebral palsy inherited? What are the odds of having another child with cerebral palsy? To help you better understand the link between genetics and
Many children with cerebral palsy experience problems with body temperature regulation. Changes in the weather, limited mobility, and brain damage can result in irregular thermoregulation.
Did you know that increased motor impairment is directly linked to poor oral hygiene in individuals with cerebral palsy? In this article, we’ll explain how
What is the difference between cerebral palsy and muscular dystrophy? To help you understand the main differences between cerebral palsy and Duchenne muscular dystrophy (the
Did you know that individuals with cerebral palsy are more likely to develop heart problems in adulthood than the general population? Although these two conditions