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c1 spinal cord injury

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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hippotherapy for cerebral palsy

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

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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A step-by-step guide to driving after brain injury

Driving after Brain Injury: A Step-by-Step Guide to Getting Back on the Road

Driving after brain injury is possible, but it depends on the severity of your injury. Even if your injury was severe, however, there are ways …

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Everything you should know about acupuncture for brain injury

Acupuncture for Brain Injury: Does It Work?

If you want to know more about acupuncture for brain injury, you’ve come to the right place. While it often gets mixed results, more and more …

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vitamins for cerebral palsy

Best Recovery-Boosting Vitamins for Cerebral Palsy

Wondering if vitamins for cerebral palsy can help reduce some of its symptoms? Many people with cerebral palsy have some sort of feeding problem, so …

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paralyzed from the neck down

Paralyzed from the Neck Down: What’s Possible?

Paralyzed from the neck down after a spinal cord injury? This is a type of paralysis called quadriplegia. Quadriplegia is when you have paralysis in …

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managing cerebral palsy temper tantrums to improve socialization

How to Deal with Cerebral Palsy Temper Tantrums

Cerebral palsy temper tantrums can be distressing and problematic. We’ve all seen a child having a temper tantrum. The screaming, the flailing arms, the violent …

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cerebral palsy diet

The Best Foods to Include in a Cerebral Palsy Diet

The best cerebral palsy diet is one that’s going to promote optimal brain function and combat weakness caused by secondary or associative conditions. The source of …

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