The term Cerebral Palsy is used to describe chronic loss of movement or loss of nerve functions. Commonly this loss of motor control results in muscle tightness or spasm abnormal gait and mobility impairment of sight, hearing and/or speech seizures involuntary movement atypical sensation and perception Cerebral palsy is a result if damage to the brain. Often this damage is a result of hypoxia or asphyxia simply meaning lack of oxygen to the brain occurring before, during or near the time of birth.
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