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Are you the parent of a child with a disability? Did you know that medical malpractice could be the cause?

Was your child's birth injury caused by nature or medical malpractice? We can investigate.

Our law firm concentrates on the litigation of birth injuries nationwide. With an OBGYN, labor/delivery nurse and other experienced medical and legal professionals representing your rights, the MEDLAW Legal Team offers families and children the resources and experience necessary to successfully litigate healthcare negligence claims.

Our medical malpractice attorneys focus on the representation of families whose children have developed a disability as a result of negligent medical care.

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Treadmill Training for Cerebral Palsy Patients

5/9/2006
By WSOCTV.com
 

"Cerebral palsy is a neurological condition that affects movement and muscle coordination. It is caused by damage to brain before, during or shortly after birth. Children may show signs of slow motor development, weak muscle tone, problems with fine motor tasks and difficulty walking or keeping balance.

According to the National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities, about 500,000 Americans have cerebral palsy. Roughly 8,000 infants and 1,500 preschoolers are diagnosed with the condition each year. Seventy percent of cases occur before birth (congenital cerebral palsy) and are caused by a disruption in the normal development of a part of the brain. Infection during pregnancy and poor oxygen supply to the fetus are possible causes of congenital cerebral palsy. In many cases, the cause is unknown. About 20 percent of children acquire cerebral palsy from birth complications, like asphyxia during labor and delivery. Ten percent of cases are acquired shortly after birth from some type of damage to the infant brain, like brain infection or head trauma."

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