Cerebral palsy: New approaches to therapy

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Abstract

Cerebral palsy is the most common developmental disorder causing a physical disability arising from an injury to the central nervous system. The majority of pediatric neurologists remain minimally involved in the rehabilitation of these children. Recent advances in basic and clinical neuroscience give hope that effective rehabilitation strategies, based on motor learning science, can be developed for these children. The aim of this review is to alert pediatric neurologists to these advances.

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