Cerebral palsy treatments to reduce symptoms of the condition and improve long term health, function, and mobility.
Cerebral palsy disease cure
Cerebral palsy affects muscle control and movement, and there is no cure. A number of treatments are available, however, to reduce the impact of symptoms, improve long-term health, and help you or your child be as mobile and independent as possible.
Our team of health professionals includes specialists in a range of fields that help with the treatment of cerebral palsy. This includes paediatricians, physiatrists, paediatric neurologists, orthotists, speech therapists, occupational therapists, psychologists, orthopaedic surgeons, and neurosurgeons.
Treatment plans for cerebral palsy vary depending on the patient but can include physiotherapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, medication, and surgery.
The aim of all treating cerebral palsy:
- Reduce the impact of symptoms
- Give patients techniques to help with the effects of cerebral palsy
- Improve mobility
- Increase independence