Cerebral Palsy Symptoms, Causes, Treatment

Cerebral palsy (CP) is a broad term used to describe a group of chronic “palsies” -disorders that impair control of movement due to damage to the developing brain. CP usually develops by age 2 or 3 and is a non-progressive brain disorder. The damaged brain does not continue to worsen throughout life. Causes of cerebral palsy: Congenital cerebral palsy is caused from brain injury during a baby’s development in the womb. It is present at birth; however, it may not be detected for months. Generally the cause of congenital cerebral…