Cerebral palsy can lead to life-altering symptoms. A child with cerebral palsy may have difficulty eating and speaking, walking, and using his or her muscles to complete everyday tasks. He or she may be afflicted with involuntary movements and muscle rigidity. Some cerebral palsy sufferers also experience intellectual disabilities and problems with learning and development. If your child has cerebral palsy, you may be interested in alternatives to traditional medical interventions. Complementary and Alternative Medicine for Children with Cerebral Palsy There is still much that we do not know about alternative treatment for cerebral palsy sufferers. Some families find that… Continue Reading What Types of Alternative Therapies Could Help a Child With Cerebral Palsy?