In preterm pattern quadriplegia, the legs are most involved and in full term pattern quadriplegia, the arms, hands, upper trunk and face more involved. The patterns are like bilateral […]
Cerebral Palsy – The Best Possible Outcome and How To Get It
Over my years of practice as a neonatologist and clinical neuroscientist, the most common question I have been asked is, “How bad is it?” quickly followed by “How do I […]
What Is Your Child’s Label?
The Gross Motor Functional Classification System or GMFCS is a new label applied to children with cerebral palsy and like all systems of classification, it has benefits and hazards. Person […]
Three R’s of Baby Brain Neuroplasticity
The working title of my new book is The Boy Who Could Run But Not Walk: How Neuroplasticity Rewires the Young Brain due out in September 2016. My final manuscript […]