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Cerebral palsy: How a team approach benefits spasticity

two children with spasticity from cerebral palsy
PHOTO ILLUSTRATION: DAVID CHRISOM/BOSTON CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL

Cerebral palsy (CP) is an umbrella term that can refer to several different types of brain injury and that can affect many aspects of a child’s health. For these reasons, CP is best treated by a team of clinicians from multiple disciplines, who can address the full array of related concerns. In the Cerebral Palsy and Spasticity Center at Boston Children’s Hospital, patients receive care from multiple providers in one day, which makes managing care easier on families and encourages collaboration and communication between caring physicians. …Read More