Causes Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy, or Causes Cerebral Palsy, is a group of neurological conditions affecting movement and co-ordination because of problems with the brain and the body’s nervous system.Symptoms of cerebral palsy include muscle stiffness, floppiness, weakness, uncontrolled body movements and problems with balance and co-ordination.Cerebral palsy is one of the most common causes of chronic childhood disability, affecting around one in every 400 people in the UK.

Causes Cerebral Palsy usually appears in children before they are three years old.Although the brain damage doesn’t worsen over a person’s lifetime, symptoms can vary in their severity.Children with cerebral palsy may have an accompanying seizure disorder and may have some level of learning disability, vision, speech, hearing or language problems.

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