Cerebral Palsy News and Research

Latest Cerebral Palsy News and Research

MGH study points toward potential strategy for treating X-linked disorders

MGH study points toward potential strategy for treating X-linked disorders

Frail patients losing access to dental house calls

Frail patients losing access to dental house calls

Perturbation-based training using robotic device increases stability in Parkinson's patients

Perturbation-based training using robotic device increases stability in Parkinson's patients

Study uses NHS data to estimate incidence of brain injury in babies

Study uses NHS data to estimate incidence of brain injury in babies

New study further validates use of vaginal progesterone to decrease risk of preterm birth

New study further validates use of vaginal progesterone to decrease risk of preterm birth

$2 million grant funds new telemedicine program for children with disabilities

$2 million grant funds new telemedicine program for children with disabilities

Compact broadband NIRS system offers safe, non-invasive way to monitor newborn brain function

Compact broadband NIRS system offers safe, non-invasive way to monitor newborn brain function

Infusions of cord blood cells can help improve motor function in children with cerebral palsy

Infusions of cord blood cells can help improve motor function in children with cerebral palsy

Researchers provide new insight into how nematode's brain controls movement

Researchers provide new insight into how nematode's brain controls movement

Nanodiamonds could prevent infection, improve recovery after root canal treatment

Nanodiamonds could prevent infection, improve recovery after root canal treatment

Penn State receives federal grant to improve services for children with complex communication needs

Penn State receives federal grant to improve services for children with complex communication needs

Cooling treatment for babies deprived of oxygen at birth can reduce childhood epilepsy

Cooling treatment for babies deprived of oxygen at birth can reduce childhood epilepsy

Postcard from Capitol Hill: Health care hearing’s action was in hallway

Postcard from Capitol Hill: Health care hearing’s action was in hallway

Medicaid has a bull’s-eye on its back, which means no one is entirely safe

Medicaid has a bull’s-eye on its back, which means no one is entirely safe

Leeds Teaching Hospitals to introduce private stem cell collection and storage option for patients

Leeds Teaching Hospitals to introduce private stem cell collection and storage option for patients

Researchers identify source of spontaneous neuronal bursts in the brains of preterm babies

Researchers identify source of spontaneous neuronal bursts in the brains of preterm babies

Researchers identify gene linked to brain damage in pre-term babies

Researchers identify gene linked to brain damage in pre-term babies

New approach to treating neonatal hypoxic ischemia improves outcomes in preclinical models

New approach to treating neonatal hypoxic ischemia improves outcomes in preclinical models

Hospital enables young patients with cerebral palsy, disabilities to take part in therapeutic riding program

Hospital enables young patients with cerebral palsy, disabilities to take part in therapeutic riding program

Wearable robotic exoskeleton could alleviate crouch gait in children with cerebral palsy

Wearable robotic exoskeleton could alleviate crouch gait in children with cerebral palsy