Hemiplegia
I have some real problems with classifying all children with hemiplegia into one basket. As I explained last week,...
The topography of hemiplegia is much more complex than diplegia. The differences relate both to the type and extent...
Over my years of practice as a neonatologist and clinical neuroscientist, the most common question I have been asked...
The Gross Motor Functional Classification System or GMFCS is a new label applied to children with cerebral palsy and...
The working title of my new book is The Boy Who Could Run But Not Walk: How Neuroplasticity Rewires...
Doing “more of the same harder” is unlikely to produce significant change. Why not try something new this summer?...
Roughly 50% of children with CP have a defined perinatal risk factor and roughly 40% of the total number...
Once the wrist and hand is either able to maintain alignment or is supported in alignment, the next step...
Last week I wrote about Constraint Induced Movement Therapy or CIMT. This photo from the Children’s Hemiplegia and Stroke...
Babies first explore their hands with their mouth, gradually using them to explore and reach by 3-6 months. Yet...