Puberty can be a second chance or a complete disaster – the outcome depends on the choices you make during this important period. Unfortunately, to take advantage of this period […]
The good news is that neuroplasticity is life long and provides new hope for change in adults with cerebral palsy, as well as in children. In addition, there are many […]
Medical knowledge is doubling every 5-10 years. In the fields of neuroscience, neuropsychology, neuroimaging, sports and exercise physiology it may even be faster. However, one of the major problems confronting families and their health care teams is availability. Please consult your physician and therapists before trying any of these suggestions.
Seeing Christine on the tennis court, it is hard to believe that she was born with choreoathetosis, a type of cerebral palsy that affects all 4 limbs and speech. Christine is living proof that adults with cerebral palsy and other early neurological problems can continue to improve throughout life. Our old beliefs that adults would necessarily deteriorate as they age are not necessarily true.