Cerebral Palsy Therapy
Once your child receives a Cerebral Palsy Therapy diagnosis, it’s important to start treatments and therapies as soon as possible. Early intervention may allow your child to minimize the symptoms of the disorder and help improve their quality of life.This list is intended as a brief introduction to each topic. For more information about specific treatments and therapies, talk to your child’s doctors.
Types of Cerebral Palsy Therapy
Not all children with cerebral palsy require medications, though many do. Today, there are many medications that can help in the management of a variety of conditions such as seizures, spasticity or gastrointestinal issues. These medications may be delivered orally, via a feeding tube or through an implanted pump.