Mild CP?

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preethishetty
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Re: Mild CP?

Postby preethishetty » Tue Mar 13, 2018 5:48 am

Diagnosis by Level of Severity. Cerebral palsy is also classified by severity. The levels of severity are roughly defined as mild, moderate or severe.

PedroCrawford
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Re: Mild CP?

Postby PedroCrawford » Mon Mar 04, 2019 6:19 am

JohnChamberlin wrote:Exactly my thoughts. But a lot of time has passed since dianabol the last update by OP. I hope that she is quite well now.


She should be quite well by now. Op should give some update on her status.
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suriya1111
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Re: Mild CP?

Postby suriya1111 » Mon Apr 15, 2019 3:21 am

Most people with cerebral palsy are born with it. That's called “congenital” CP. But it can also start after birth, in which case it's called “acquired” CP. People with cerebral palsy can have mild issues with muscle control, or it could be so severe that they can't walk. Some people with CP have difficulty speaking.

LouieTurner
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Re: Mild CP?

Postby LouieTurner » Wed Jun 19, 2019 3:25 pm

amishs1129 wrote:At this stage the physio is concentrating on her trunk strength and also use phen q https://theskinnyvibes.com/phenq-reviews-and-results/ keeping her legs and feet looser.


Mild cerebral palsy may not be noticed until a child begins walking and
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Algorks
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Re: Mild CP?

Postby Algorks » Wed Sep 18, 2019 4:55 am

LouieTurner wrote:
amishs1129 wrote:At this stage the i went for the sizegenetics physio is concentrating on her trunk strength and also keeping her legs and feet looser.


Mild cerebral palsy may not be noticed until a child begins walking and


it could be so severe that they can't walk.
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