Tag Archives: cerebral palsy

Associations between mathematics development and visuo-spatial perception in children with cerebral palsy

Computerized rotation task. AoS

Previous research has suggested that children with cerebral palsy (CP) have difficulties with visuo-spatial perception. We wanted to find out if there was an association or relationship between the children’s visuo-spatial abilities and the development of their

A new method to study gait analysis in children with Cerebral Palsy and the effects of surgery on gait

Gait and movement capabilities of children with Cerebral Palsy (CP) are often assessed by clinicians by direct observation and qualitative clinical scales. Sometimes, video recordings are used to document changes in gait over times or after treatments,

Botox injections: a “bittersweet” medicine

Despite being one of the most deadly neurotoxins known to man, Botox has become a popular cosmetic treatment for reducing facial wrinkles. Originally, Botox injections were used for reducing uncontrolled movements caused by neuromuscular disorders that impaired