Stem Cell Cerebral Palsy
Stem Cell Cerebral Palsy affects approximately two in every thousand children in Europe, and is the most common physical disability in childhood. It causes a wide range of physical symptoms, which include difficulties walking and coordinating movements. No cure has yet been discovered. So could stem cells help?
Today’s therapies focus on making the symptoms of Stem Cell Cerebral Palsy more manageable. There is no cure, but teams of healthcare professionals work together with the patient to tackle the different aspects of their cerebral palsy. This might include physiotherapy and occupational therapy to improve movement and mobility, as well as speech therapy to improve communication skills.