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young child with cerebral palsy practicing occupational therapy activities

Occupational Therapy for Cerebral Palsy: Goals, Activities, and Benefits

Occupational therapy for cerebral palsy focuses on helping individuals become as functional as possible. It primarily involves practicing activities of daily living to help individuals …

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Doctor and patient in rehabilitation clinic after getting intrathecal baclofen pump to manage spasticity

Intrathecal Baclofen Pump: How It May Help Spasticity & What You Should Know

To treat spasticity after a neurological injury, individuals may utilize an intrathecal baclofen pump. While this method of treatment can provide long-term spasticity relief, it’s …

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young adult with cerebral palsy stretching

Cerebral Palsy in Adults: Understanding How It May Change Over Time

The effects of cerebral palsy can change over time and present themselves differently as individuals become adults. Fortunately, the behaviors you consistently practice can significantly …

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doctor explaining to patient how scoliosis can develop after spinal cord injury

Scoliosis Secondary to Spinal Cord Injury: Causes, Risks, and Treatment

A potential secondary effect of spinal cord injury is the development of scoliosis. Scoliosis describes a condition in which the spine develops a sideways curvature. …

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woman experiencing fatigue after brain injury

Fatigue After Brain Injury: Why It Occurs and How to Overcome It

Extreme fatigue after brain injury is a common but frustrating problem for many TBI survivors. Not only can it make everyday activities more challenging to …

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woman with cerebral palsy wondering if it is genetic

Is Cerebral Palsy Genetic? How Genes Affect Chances of CP

Is cerebral palsy genetic? Parents with children who are born with cerebral palsy may wonder if their genes play a role in the onset of …

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doctor explaining the difference between complete vs incomplete spinal cord injury

Complete vs. Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury: Prognosis and Treatment

One way to measure the severity of a spinal cord injury is to determine whether it is complete or incomplete. These two classifications of injury …

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melodic intonation therapy for aphasia provides hope for recovery

Singing Therapy for Aphasia: How to Recover Communication Skills

After a stroke, about 20% of survivors experience a communication disorder called aphasia. It is characterized by difficulties producing or understanding language. Interestingly enough, individuals who cannot …

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child with cerebral palsy receiving treatment for hip dislocation

Cerebral Palsy and Hip Dislocation: Causes, Risks, and Treatment

Individuals with cerebral palsy often have an increased risk of hip dislocation due to high muscle tone in the legs. High muscle tone, or hypertonia, …

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doctor assessing patient for abnormal posturing after severe brain injury

Posturing After Brain Injury: Types and Recovery Outlook

Abnormal posturing is a common outcome of severe brain injury. It refers to involuntary and abnormal positioning of the body due to preserved motor reflexes. …

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