Cerebral palsy is a group of disorders that cause troubles with balance, stance, and movement. Symptoms and signs typically show up throughout early stage or early youth and differ based on the type of cerebral palsy, the extent of the problem and which area of the brain are affected. Common features include an absence of muscle mass sychronisation when carrying out voluntary activities; tight or tight muscle mass and exaggerated reflexes; strolling with one foot or leg dragging; walking on the toes, a crouched stride, or a "scissored" stride; and muscle tone that is either too rigid or too drooping. Cerebral palsy is triggered by abnormal brain growth or damage to the developing brain. The majority of these troubles occur as the baby grows in the womb; however, they can happen at any moment throughout the first 2 years of life. There is no remedy for cerebral palsy, but treatment is readily available to alleviate some symptoms. This might include physical, work-related, and speech therapy; particular medicines; surgical procedure; and/or tools to help in movement.
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