Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy is a brain injury that occurs due to abnormal brain development or damage that occurs while the brain is still developing.

Causes of Cerebral Palsy

It most commonly occurs during pregnancy or delivery and is often caused by reduced oxygen to the brain. Typically, the damage that occurs affects pathways in the brain related to movement and muscle control. As in all brain injuries, symptoms may vary.


Common Symptoms

Common symptoms of cerebral palsy may include poor coordination, poor balance, abnormal gait, stiff muscles, weak muscles and tremors. It can also affect vision, hearing, swallowing, speaking, sensation and cognitive abilities.


How We Can Help You at CIN

Currently, no cure exists for Cerebral Palsy. Even with damage that dates back to pregnancy, there is still hope for improvement. The brain has a unique ability to rewire and strengthen connections when given the proper input. At Colorado Integrative Neurology, once we have completed a comprehensive evaluation, we will be able to create a customized neurological rehabilitation plan to help repair and strengthen the damaged pathways. The exercises prescribed are designed to improve connectivity and efficiency in the areas of the brain that were damaged.

The doctors at Colorado Integrative Neurology specialize in a holistic therapies for a variety of neurological and musculoskeletal conditions, including patients who suffer from concussions, vertigo, chronic pain, headaches and more. Meet our team and request an appointment with CIN today.

Request a Free Discovery Session

With a free discovery session at Colorado Integrative Neurology, you will get a chance to discuss your case with the doctor and will walk away empowered with a clear understanding of how we can help you. We will ensure your questions and concerns are heard and addressed and will offer recommendations if we are not the right fit for you. Request a session with CIN today.