Pediatric Cerebral Palsy Malpractice Lawyer
Ataxic Cerebral Palsy
Ataxic cerebral palsy is a form of non-spastic cerebral palsy. Ataxic cerebral palsy is different from dyskinetic cerebral palsy.
Cerebral Palsy Symptoms
The diagnosis of cerebral palsy is not always apparent in very young infants but rather it is detected when an affected child misses key developmental milestones.
Dyskinetic Cerebral Palsy
Dyskinetic cerebral palsy is occasionally referred to as athetoid cerebral palsy. One form of dyskinetic cerebral palsy may display as twisting, writhing, or repetitive movement
Gross Motor Function Classification System
The Gross Motor Function Classification System (GMFCS) is used to classify cerebral palsy in children from birth to the age of 18.
Mild Cerebral Palsy
Motor skills, the ability to move and muscle tone are all affected by cerebral palsy. The disorder can lead to more serious lifelong problems, but symptoms are not progressive.
Quadriplegic Cerebral Palsy
Any damage occurring to an infant prior to, during, or following delivery may be considered a birth injury.
Spastic Cerebral Palsy
Spastic cerebral palsy is the result of brain damage that causes muscle stiffness, making it difficult to move.
Malpractice Leading To Autism
Although the causes of Autism are largely unknown, there is a chance that it can develop during pregnancy due to the negligence of a medical professional.