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Understanding Hemiplegia: Paralysis of One Side of the Body

Hemiplegia is a neurological condition that involves paralysis of one side of the body. Hemiplegia is a secondary effect of conditions caused by damage to …

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Left Hemisphere Brain Damage: What to Expect During the Recovery Process

Left hemisphere brain damage can lead to difficulties with language and reasoning skills, among other secondary effects. Understanding the potential effects of left hemisphere brain …

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Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury: Types, Effects, and Recovery Outlook

An incomplete spinal cord injury can result in a wide range of sensory and/or motor impairments. Depending on the severity of an individual’s spinal cord …

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Right Hemisphere Brain Damage: What to Expect and How to Recover

Right hemisphere brain damage can affect a wide variety of motor, cognitive, and emotional functions. For example, it can cause difficulties with memory or paralysis …

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Flaccid Cerebral Palsy: How to Identify and Improve Low Muscle Tone

Low or flaccid muscle tone (hypotonia) is a secondary effect of cerebral palsy that can make it challenging for individuals to perform a variety of …

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cerebral palsy tremors management

Cerebral Palsy and Tremors: How to Manage Involuntary Shaking

Some types of cerebral palsy can cause individuals to experience tremors. A tremor is an “involuntary, rhythmic, and oscillatory movement” that can occur in any area of …

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baby with torticollis and cerebral palsy

Torticollis or Cerebral Palsy: What’s Causing the Head to Tilt?

Torticollis and cerebral palsy are both conditions characterized by muscle stiffness that causes the head to tilt. Sometimes, these conditions can be mistaken for one …

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cerebral palsy teenager years

Cerebral Palsy in Teenagers: How to Keep Recovery Going (Plus Success Stories)

Cerebral palsy is a motor disability caused by damage to the developing brain before, during, or shortly after birth. Therefore, when a teenager has cerebral …

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serial casting for cerebral palsy is a non-invasive form of spasticity management

Serial Casting for Cerebral Palsy: How It Works & Helps Reduce Spasticity

Serial casting is a non-invasive form of spasticity treatment that works to gently stretch contracted muscles over a set period of time. It can help …

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woman with incomplete quadriplegia in a wheelchair with significant other

Incomplete Quadriplegia: Frequently Asked Questions

Incomplete quadriplegia involves weakness or paralysis of all four limbs. Depending on the severity of the spinal cord injury, individuals may have residual movement. About 47% of …

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