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13 Easy & Practical Hand Exercises for Cerebral Palsy

While there are a bunch of hand exercises for cerebral palsy, we wanted to promote hand exercises that will get children the repetitions they need. …

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Cerebellum Brain Damage: Causes, Side Effects, and Treatment

Cerebellum brain damage is rare, but its effects can be quite serious. To help you deal with these types of TBIs, we’ve put together this guide …

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The Best Activities for Kids with Cerebral Palsy

Wondering what the best activities for kids with cerebral palsy are? Well, look no further! Cerebral palsy affects each individual differently. Some children may have …

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7 Excellent Methods for Hand Recovery After Stroke

Hand recovery after stroke can be a long process — unless you use the right methods. That’s what this article will show you. We’ll share …

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What Happens to Your Body After C2 Spinal Cord Injury?

A C2 spinal cord injury is a serious condition that requires immediate medical attention. It can cause paralysis throughout your entire body and will require …

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Brain Injury and Behavioral Issues: How to Get Back Control of Your Life

What is the connection between brain injury and behavioral issues? And are there any ways to fix them? That’s what we’re covering in today’s article. …

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Everything You Need to Know About C1 Spinal Cord Injury

A C1 spinal cord injury is the most severe and fatal type of spinal cord injury. Fortunately, it’s not very common and only occurs in 1-2% …

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Everything you need to know about anoxic brain injury recovery

Anoxic Brain Injury Recovery: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

What is an anoxic brain injury and can you recover from it? That’s what this guide to anoxic brain injury recovery will help you find …

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Is Hippotherapy for Cerebral Palsy Worth Trying?

Is hippotherapy for cerebral palsy effective? It’s hard to believe that a therapy based on horseback riding can help people with cerebral palsy recover movement. …

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Aging with Cerebral Palsy: What to Expect As You Get Older

Wondering what to expect when aging with cerebral palsy? Cerebral palsy is nonprogressive, meaning that the brain damage does not get worse over time. However, …

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