Category Archives: Patient Care

Cerebral Palsy Parent: Childhood Osteoporosis

Although most often associated with aging, osteoporosis is a common complication of cerebral palsy, beginning in childhood. Although there is no cure, there are ways to prevent or minimize the effects of osteoporosis, or even improve bone health. The first important step in minimizing the effects of osteoporosis is diagnosis. Children with limited range of motion (like many children with CP) are not able to move their limbs consistently enough on their own to counteract the effects of osteoporosis. To find out how help your child minimize the effects of osteoporosis, read Cerebral Palsy and Childhood Osteoporosis.

FREE MEDICAL AND LEGAL RESOURCES

The Cerebral Palsy Survival Guide is a free, state-specific resource list for everything from everyday activities to emergency situations.

BI-WEEKLY E-NEWSLETTER SIGN-UP

Sign up for our e-newsletter to receive the latest in CP news, resources and

LATEST BLOG POSTS

US Health Agencies Announce Strategic Plan for Cerebral Palsy Research

Via: Cerebral Palsy News Today By: Alice Melao The 2017 Strategic Plan for Cerebral Palsy Research is finished and was recently announced by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and…

Read more

3-D Printed Models Help Shorten Surgery Time for Common Hip Disorder in Children

Via: News-Medical.net A team of engineers and pediatric orthopedic surgeons are using 3D printing to help train surgeons and shorten surgeries for the most common hip disorder found in children…

Read more