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Cute little boy with cerebral palsy playing with a railroad train toy as part of play therapy

Play Therapy for Cerebral Palsy: Why it Works & its Benefits

Play has an essential role in the natural development of cognitive, emotional, and motor skills in children. Many behaviors can be observed through watching a …

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phsycial therapist helping child with cerebral palsy relax tight muscles with massage therapy

Massage Therapy for Cerebral Palsy: 6 Major Benefits

Massage therapy involves the manual manipulation of soft tissues to promote both physiological and psychological relaxation. Because of its therapeutic effects on muscle tone, circulation, …

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young girl with ataxic cerebral palsy practicing balance exercises outside

Ataxic Cerebral Palsy: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatments

Ataxic cerebral palsy is a type of cerebral palsy that is primarily characterized by poor balance and coordination. Only about 5% of all CP cases …

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two sisters watching over brother with a type of cerebral palsy called spastic quadriplegia

Different Types of Cerebral Palsy: What are the Main Distinctions?

Cerebral palsy consists of a wide range of movement disorders caused by damage to the developing brain. Depending on the location and severity of that …

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young girls with a type of cerebral palsy called spastic hemiplegia participating in physical therapy exercises

Spastic Hemiplegia: When Cerebral Palsy Only Affects One Side of the Body

Cerebral palsy is a motor disability that affects movement in the body. Sometimes it can affect the whole body, but with spastic hemiplegia, only the …

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brother kissing sibling with spastic diplegia on cheek

Spastic Diplegia: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Spastic diplegia is one of the most common types of cerebral palsy. While it may mildly affect the arms, spastic diplegia primarily affects the muscles …

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woman looking stressed out with hand on forehead

Can Stress Cause a Stroke? Yes, and Here’s What You Can Do About It

We all know that long-term stress isn’t good for us. It can cause health issues such as insomnia and digestive issues, which many of us …

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couple practicing speech therapy exercises to improve speech and language skills after brain injury

Learning to Speak Again After Brain Injury: How to Recover

A traumatic brain injury can affect your speech and language skills in various ways. For example, some individuals lose control of the muscles that make …

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Atherosclerosis and Stroke: How Excess Plaque May Cause Stroke

Atherosclerosis and stroke are closely related because they share common risk factors. In fact, having atherosclerosis can even lead to the occurrence of a stroke. …

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physiotherapist explaining why the effects of traumatic brain injury are not necessarily permanent

Is Traumatic Brain Injury Permanent? How to Effectively Promote Recovery

Is traumatic brain injury permanent? A TBI can cause significant changes to a person’s cognitive, physical, and emotional functions. While damage to the brain cannot …

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