Adults Cerebral Palsy

People with Adults Cerebral Palsy grow older, live longer and are more active than past generations.This improvement is due to dedicated pediatric care from teams of specialists who help patients reach their full potential during childhood; with independent walking being an important step in achieving this goal.

Walking is essential to overall well being and an integral part of pediatric care is to test walking ability in a clinical gait laboratory, like the (CGMA) at Children’s Hospital Colorado.Over its 16 year history, CGMA has tested over 3500 patients, most with Adults Cerebral Palsy and many now outgrowing the pediatric system and moving to adult providers for their care.

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