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Infographics about Cerebral Palsy

Here The Cerebral Palsy Site has put together a visual representation of facts about Cerebral Palsy and also UK statistics, from the types of Cerebral Palsy, the causes and ranges of treatment available.

Here The Cerebral Palsy Site has put together a visual representation of facts about Cerebral Palsy and also UK statistics, from the types of Cerebral Palsy, the causes and ranges of treatment available.

Types of Cerebral Palsy | Forms of Cerebral Palsy | Cerebralpalsy.org

Types of Cerebral Palsy | Forms of Cerebral Palsy | Cerebralpalsy.org

What is cerebral palsy, what are the symptoms in babies and children, what are the types and what causes it?

Cerebral palsy explained - from the symptoms to the types and causes of the condition

What is cerebral palsy, what are the symptoms in babies and children, what are the types and what causes it?

Spastic cerebral palsy is the predominant form, affecting about 70% of patients. This form of the disease is characterized by hyperactive deep tendon reflexes, increased stretch reflexes, rapid alternating muscle contraction and relaxation, muscle weakness, underdevelopment of affected limbs, muscle contraction in response to manipulation, and a tendency toward contractures.

Spastic cerebral palsy is the predominant form, affecting about 70% of patients. This form of the disease is characterized by hyperactive deep tendon reflexes, increased stretch reflexes, rapid alternating muscle contraction and relaxation, muscle weakness, underdevelopment of affected limbs, muscle contraction in response to manipulation, and a tendency toward contractures.

Did you know that 1 in 3 people with CP can't walk and 1 in 4 people with CP can't talk? We all know that CP is a complex disability but this handy 'What is #cerebralpalsy?' infographic for #worldcpday will help to explain it. You can download a copy at http://worldcpday.org/assets/Uploads/about/WorldCPDayCP-Infographic.pdf

Did you know that 1 in 3 people with CP can't walk and 1 in 4 people with CP can't talk? We all know that CP is a complex disability but this handy 'What is #cerebralpalsy?' infographic for #worldcpday will help to explain it. You can download a copy at http://worldcpday.org/assets/Uploads/about/WorldCPDayCP-Infographic.pdf

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