People often ask me, “What Is Spastic Cerebral Palsy?” Spastic cerebral palsy results from damage to certain areas of the brain called the motor cortex (which controls voluntary movement) and the pyramidal tracts (which help send signals to muscles). Damage to the brain can occur before birth, during delivery, or within the first few years of life.
Symptoms of Spastic Cerebral Palsy
While your child’s doctor can diagnose and help treat cerebral palsy, there are certain signs and symptoms parents may notice:
Understanding the Different Types of Cerebral Palsy
There are several types of spastic cerebral palsy, classified based on the location of movement issues. These include:
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