Cerebral Palsy Walk
Cerebral palsy, or Cerebral Palsy Walk for short, is a brain disorder that causes impaired movement. Cognitive and sensory problems, as well as epilepsy, also may be present.Cerebral palsy can occur when part of the brain fails to develop properly in an unborn baby. An injury to the brain before, during, or after birth can also cause CP.
Cerebral palsy is permanent – treatment may help someone with cerebral palsy to move better, but the underlying injury to the brain can’t be repaired.Cerebral palsy is also non-progressive. Although time might cause the symptoms to worsen, the injury to the brain won’t get any worse.