Practice Areas

Our Practice areas includes but not limited to:

  • Birth Injuries
  • Labor & Delivery Injuries
  • Traumatic Birth Injuries
  • Abnormal Position/Presentation
  • Fetus and Newborn Medical Conditions
  • Neonatal Birth Injuries

Cerebral paralysis (CP) is a gathering of non-dynamic engine conditions that cause physical handicap being developed, basically in different zones of body development. It is brought about by harm to the engine control focuses of the creating mind and can happen amid pregnancy, amid labor or after birth up to about age three.

Constraints in development and stance and aggravations of sensation and profundity discernment are normal in kids who have CP. Intellectual disabilities and epilepsy happen in around 33% of kids who have cerebral paralysis. Also, cerebral paralysis is regularly joined by optional musculoskeletal issues that emerge as a consequence of the fundamental issue.

Cerebral alludes to the cerebrum, which is the influenced zone of the mind (despite the fact that the turmoil may include different parts of the cerebrum, for example, the cerebellum), and paralysis alludes to a confusion of development. Cerebral paralysis is characterized by a few diverse subtypes, particularly the sort highlighting spasticity.

Of the numerous sorts and subtypes of cerebral paralysis, none has a known cure. Typically, restorative intercession is constrained to the treatment and counteractive action of inconveniences emerging from cerebral paralysis’ belongings.