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child with cerebral palsy experiencing recurring seizures diagnosed with epilepsy

Cerebral Palsy and Epilepsy: Why Seizures Occur & How to Treat Them

Cerebral palsy and epilepsy are separate conditions that often co-occur as a result of extensive damage to the brain. In fact, about 1 in every 4 children …

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Cognitive Effects of Spinal Cord Injury: Underlying Causes & Treatment

While a spinal cord injury is not directly associated with cognitive impairments, complications of SCI can affect cognitive functions like memory, problem-solving, and focus. Fortunately, …

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home health care workers standing next to stroke patient inside living room with hand on shoulder while stroke patient holds walker

Effects of a Stroke Explained: The Potential Physical & Cognitive After Math

Strokes are medical emergencies that impact the supply of blood in the brain. With appropriate and timely medical treatment, the person’s life is often saved, …

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Understanding Seizures After Stroke: Causes, Statistics, & Treatment

Seizures after a stroke occur because of changes in electrical activity within the brain. However, just because you’ve had a stroke does not mean you’ll …

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Close-up of elderly post-stroke dementia patient holding her caregiver's hand which is on her shoulder

Can a Stroke Cause Dementia? Here’s What You Need to Know

Dementia refers to a loss of cognitive abilities such as memory, decision-making, and problem-solving. It’s most commonly caused by Alzheimer’s disease, but strokes can cause …

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Doctor showing patient mri scan of her coup-contrecoup brain injuries

Coup-Contrecoup Injury: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Coup-contrecoup brain injuries occur when a head injury results in damage to 2 sides of the brain (the side of the trauma and the opposite …

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child with cerebral palsy learning how to manage their high muscle tone

Cerebral Palsy and Abnormal Muscle Tone: Causes, Signs, & Treatment

Cerebral palsy is a neurodevelopmental disability that primarily affects an individual’s muscle tone. Muscle tone refers to how much tension or resistance a muscle has …

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surgeon in operating room about to perform spinal cord surgery

Spinal Cord Surgery: Goals and Recovery Outlook

The spinal cord is a bundle of nerves that transmits messages between the brain and the rest of the body, including the muscles, organs, and …

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young girl with cerebral palsy participating in music therapy

Music Therapy for Cerebral Palsy: How It Works and Its Benefits

Music therapy is a fun and engaging intervention that can help individuals with cerebral palsy improve a variety of developmental skills. It uses the engaging …

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friendly doctor talking to bedridden stroke patient

On Being Bedridden After Stroke: How to Maximize Recovery

If your loved one is bedridden after stroke, there are steps you can take to help manage potential complications and maximize chances of recovery. Range-of-motion …

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