Cerebral Palsy Ballet Sometimes children with disabilities can't do the same things other kids are doing. But, as Garden Grove TV3 reporter Kim Horcher shows us a group of amazing kids who didn't let their condition stop them from living their dreams.
Cerebral Palsy Song: Enya - Watemark Many children with cerebral palsy have a congenital malformation of the brain, meaning that the malformation existed at birth and was not caused by factors occurring during the birthing process. Not all of these malformations can be seen by the physician, even with today's most sophisticated scans, but when CP is recognized in a newborn, a congenital malformation is suspected. When a diagnosis of CP is made, the mother and father often feel guilty and wonder what they did to cause their child to have this disorder. While it is certainly true that good prenatal care is an essential part of preventing congenital problems, it must be stated that congenital problems, or "birth defects," often occur even when the mother has strictly followed her physician's advice in caring for herself and the developing infant. Though the causes of "birth defects" are usually unknown, we do know that the developing brain can be affected by several factors. When the fetus is exposed to certain chemicals or infections through the expectant mother, for example. The developing brain can be injured if the expectant mother suffers severe physical trauma, the fetal brain can be injured, too, but this is rare. Finally, prematurity and a low birth weight have been shown to be related to an increased incidence of specific disorders. Many chemicals are known to adversely affect the developing brain, alcohol being the most commonly used. The term Fetal Alcohol Syndrome describes the ...
3rd Nerve Palsy A short video demonstrating how to assess a patient's 3rd nerve palsy. Transcript at .
Cerebral Palsy and Physical Therapy , http When a child is diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy, a parent might wonder what's in store for them in terms of therapy. Which ones should they participate in? What is available? How long various interventions are expected to last? Noreen Scott is a Physical Therapist and owner of Tender Ones Therapy Services in Dacula, Georgia. She believes in the power of Physical Therapy when it comes to children with Cerebral Palsy. "When we work with children with CP, our ultimate goal is for them to be as functional as they can possibly be and as independent. In order to be able to do those skills and be independent, you have to have the building blocks. What those building blocks are...are getting your range of motion through an acceptable amount, being flexible, being strong, having good balance...so that child can stand and walk and be independent on their own and as they grow older," says Noreen. In the following video report, Noreen explains how Cerebral Palsy affects children, goals associated with Physical Therapy, and how long parents should expect their child to see a Physical Therapist. For more information on Noreen Scott or Tender Ones Therapy Services, Inc: For more information on CP related therapies: Funding for CP Discovery is provided by http
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BBC Jody McIntyre interview BBC interview wheelchair user and cerebal palsy sufferer Jody McIntryre after he was dragged from his wheelchair by police on two seperate occasions at the anti-tuition fees protest on the 9th December 2010 in London. The presenter is Ben Brown. I apologise for some glitches in the video, this is because of a bad signal and dodgy aerial cable. If you wish to complain about the conduct of the presenter the BBC complaints form is here This was shown on the 8 o'clock news on BBC News channel on the 13th December. BBC response: You can also complain to Ofcom at This is the 2nd incident. (No video of the 1st available.) Also read Jody's own account on his blog at Interview on Sky news is here: is.gd (2nd video on the page.) Facebook page: Jody McIntyre fan page: Petition asking the BBC for an apology:
Cerebral Palsy I hope this is a good video for all... this is my 1st one and it means the world to me to get some faces to Ppl who most over look... Thank you All........
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Birth Injuries- erbs palsy & brachial plexus palsy Birth injuries can result from shoulder dystocia- a shoulder becoming stuck in the birth c***. Improper methods of delivery in this situation can result in permanent nerve damage. This is also known as erbs palsy & brachial plexus palsy. Gerry Oginski, an experienced NY Medical Malpractice lawyer explains. For more info: www.oginski-
Cerebral Palsy This patient education video explains cerebral palsy and its treatment options. Included are the following sections: Anatomy, Cerebral Palsy, Symptoms and Complications, Causes and Risk Factors, Diagnosis, Prevention, and Treatment.
Cranial Nerve 6 palsy This video excerpt shows a 6th nerve (abducens nerve palsy). This clip was extracted from the Neuro-Ophthalmology lecture at
Cerebral Palsy FAQ These are some of the common Qs I get...feel free to send me more questions as I'd be happy to answer them ^__^ handicapped
Day 1 with Bell's Palsy I woke up this morning with one side of my face paralyzed.
Big Sky (United Cerebral Palsy) United Cerebral Palsy CEO Stephen Bennett speaks about the Big Sky/Life Without Limits idea and others invested in this idea engage in a discussion of what it means for the community supporting people with disabilities. Visit .
Cerebral Palsy - A Brief Overview / Educational Video Video courtesy of the Ontario Federation for Cerebral Palsy. www.ofcp.on.ca The Ontario Federation for Cerebral Palsy is a non-profit, charitable organization with a mandate to address the changing needs of people in Ontario with cerebral palsy. The OFCP goes about accomplishing its mission by way of three core activities (1) Assisting individuals and member groups in the development and provision of services and programs including accommodation in all parts of the province of Ontario. (2) Advocating and promoting awareness, understanding and acceptance of persons with cerebral palsy. (3) Encouraging and supporting research, education and programs related to cerebral palsy. Vision Statement The Ontario Federation for Cerebral Palsy is an organization committed to supporting independence, inclusion, choice and full integration of all persons with cerebral palsy. Values Statement CORE VALUES To our Consumers: To provide solutions, through service, advocacy and research, which further equal opportunity, self-sufficiency, dignity and quality of life. To our Employees: To create an environment that nurtures, recognizes and rewards excellence. To Society: To demonstrate leadership through innovation and initiative. To our Stakeholders: To be accountable and responsible as financial stewards, quality service providers and advocates. Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a term used to describe a group of disorders affecting body movement and muscle co-ordination. The medical definition of ...
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for Cerebral Palsy This is news coverage of my son's hyperbaric oxygen therapy used to help his cerebral palsy. Although numerous independent studies of HBOT have revealed tremendously positive results when used on patients suffering from CP, the FDA still has not approved the therapy for its use in patients with cerebral palsy. Without FDA approval, insurance wont cover a dime, forcing patients and their families to bear the burden of all costs. Its an absolute shame that this promising treatment cant be made available to everyone who desperately desires to receive it. This is my son's first treatment of hopefully many to come. We will continue to document his progress and his improvements with further treatments. Any and all donations towards Luke's hyperbaric oxygen therapy will be gladly accepted at any Bank of America location. It's tax deductible and all a person has to do is mention the "Luke Buckley Medical Fund" and the teller will do the rest. Thank you and God bless. Stay tuned for updates.
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Cranial Nerve 4 Palsy This excerpt comes from a neuro-ophthalmology lecture from . Fourth nerve palsies effect the superior oblique muscle (trochlea).
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Cerebral Palsy Remix This is a remix/ mashup created to help raise awareness of Cerebral Palsy. But more importantly, I hope that after watching this you will see that children with Cerebral Palsy are just like every other child. It's sad that many times people look at someone with a physical disability and assume that it means they are mentally delayed. It is my wish that these children and their families can be embraced and better understood by the general public. This project was completed by me (Shelle D.) for my Writing, Research, and Technology course at Rowan University with Professor Wolff. It was created using Windows Movie Maker. For information about the course: For information about this specific project: j.mp ALL MATERIAL USED FOR THIS VIDEO IS USED LEGALLY UNDER THE FAIR USE PROVISION OF US COPYRIGHT LAW. Texts Used (in order of appearance) Song: "My Wish" by Rascal Flatts 1.Fragile Kids by the Fragile Kids Foundation. Created on November 18, 2008. 2.Image (new data shows....) 3.Ava and Olivia Documentary by TayBateman. Created on March 1, 2009. 4.Image: 5.Josh Blue (LCS Season 4 Ep. 7) 6.Cerebral Palsy and Physical Therapy by cpdiscovery. Uploaded on October 8, 2008. 7.Image(Nathan) 8.Image (Service-dog) 9.Sophia Walking in her AFO's by cpdiscovery. Uploaded on July 27, 2008. 10 ...
Children with cerebral palsy and hyperbaric oxygen therapy Autistic and Cerebral Palsy Thir*** year old boy hearing impaired, mentally delayed and non-verbal. 3 Spect Scan images were taken of the brain at baseline, mid and after the 115th treatment * Progress while undergoing hyperbaric oxygen therapy: * Major improvement in interactions with family members. * Plays with family pets. * Major improvements in understanding verbal commands. * Beginning to verbally communicate. * Responds to knocks at the door and answers the door in a normal manner * Major improvements in balance, especially when he starts to fall, he is able to regain his balance with a faster response. He cross patterns down the steps without holding on. * He is no longer raging/destructive of things in the home. * Sits through movies with more understanding. * Better understanding of public surroundings. * When music is played he responds in singing tones. * Hearing has improved and is no longer required to wear hearing devices. * Responds to things/awareness-like waiting for the school bus in the morning through the window. * Plays with various types of toys with more understanding. * Loves to work in the house and yard with Dad. * Mimics everything you ask him to do. * Is able to dress himself, is caring for himself in a independent manner. * Doing better in school with his assignments. * Happier child and smiles more.
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Zachary's Cerebral Palsy - Effects and Therapies My first vlog. It's in two parts. This one is an informational piece on Zachary's cerebral palsy condition and how we work with him one-on-one. Just so everyone knows, my wife Renee works with Zachary the most every single day. She's an absolute blessing and a wonder in Zach's life. She doesn't like being on camera though, so I do these pieces to get information out and let family, friends and others know what we go through. Just wanted to clarify that! Renee was working and Zach and I had daddy/son time, so I made this video.
Cerebral Palsy - Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy Visit: For more information on Cerebral Palsy CP. Cerebral Palsy and hypoxic ischemic Incephalopathy HIE. How is HIE connected to cerebral palsy? Is Ceribral Palsy coused by HIE and what is HIE. Explanation by Zev Gershon MD
Vicki's Story Cerebral Palsy Vicki's father Scott explains Vicki's challenges as a spastic quad with cerebral palsy. Everything from riding a horse, bowling, her companion dog to her regular standing program is covered.
Cerebral Palsy: Diagnosis & Treatment : About Ataxic Cerebral Palsy Ataxic cerebral palsy only affects 10 percent of those diagnosed with this condition, and it results in severely uncoordinated movements. Understand the characteristics of ataxic cerebral palsy with information from a family doctor and occupational medicine specialist in this free video on conditions and treatments.
Intensive Therapy Program- Cerebral Palsy , http This Intensive Therapy Program is designed for children with Cerebral Palsy. It runs 3 hours a day, 5 days a week, for 2-3 weeks. The therapy sessions are designed to stretch and strengthen muscles and increase balance and endurance. Noreen Scott is a Physical Therapist in Dacula, Georgia. She owns Tender Ones Therapy Services. Noreen's is one of around 90 clinics in the US trained in the TheraSuit Method. For more information on Noreen: For more information on the Therasuit: For more CP related therapies:
Botox for Cerebral Palsy All about Boxtox Injections For The Treatment Of Cerebral Palsy In Children and Big Kids like me! :)
Cerebral Palsy Causes Visit: for more information on Cerebral Palsy. Cerebral Palsy (CP). Explanation on the causes of cerebral palsy (CP) and the long term affects of Cerebral Palsy. By Zev Gershon MD
CIRM "Spotlight On Cerebral Palsy" - August 8, 2007 Here is a video of my speech at the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine's "Spotlight on Cerebral Palsy."
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Cerebral Palsy -- Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring. Visit: for more information on Cerebral Palsy. Cerebral Palsy can be prevented by fetal heart rate monitoring. Zev Gershon MD explains about fetal heart rate during birth. This can help prevent cerebral palsy.
Life with Cerebral Palsy (Espasticidad) Transcript of this video: **Visit ** Hi my name is Claudia I am 22 and I have CP. I would like to think that I have a lot friends, through college. I am very ambitious in my work and I have a very active social life. Thats why I am making this video I have a CP but my CP doesnt define me entirely. CP just makes my life more interesting. My CP doesnt hold me back, it makes me a stronger person. This is the first time I have spoken via a video message for Convives con espasticidad The word disability is composed by the word ability and we have the obligation to remember this. Everyday. And we have the oblication to make sure that we educate ourselves, and the rest of society about this fact. We can write our own story. Like everyone else we only need the proper tools and the right information. This is the foundational belief and reason for the creation of the Convives con espasticidad association. Spasticity is a disorder of the central nervous system that increases muscle tone that prevents total or partial movement of the individual and others movements called involuntary spasms. These are characteristics that are shared and present among others disabilities multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, spinal chord injury, dystonia, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). Millions of people need information. Information is POWER. The right information at the right moment can change your life, or any life, for that matter. We have a ...
Stem Cell Therapy for Cerebral Palsy the scientific basis for using cord blood stem cells to treat cerebral palsy
My Heroes (my daughters with cerebral palsy and Type 1 diabetes) In just over a year, 3 of my daughters were stricken with incurable life threatening medical conditions, a grandson died, both of us parents became disabled, and I lost my business. www.fatherof11.com Please join us on Facebook
Cerebral palsy About one in 400 children born alive has cerebral palsy. An expert explains causes, symptoms and treatment
One Tough Cookie: Cerebral Palsy A short documentary about a 15 year-old girl with severe cerebral palsy. The film explores Hannah's daily life as well as the facets of her personality from an honest and subjective perspective.