Early Identification and Improving Life-Long Outcomes in Cerebral Palsy Patients

Innovative Care | October 21, 2020 | cookchildrens

Cook Children’s neurologist, Stephanie Acord, M.D., discusses the importance of early identification of cerebral palsy, common misconceptions of the diagnoses as well as new diagnostic methods and therapies for children with mild to severe cerebral palsy and how they are helping improve life-long outcomes.

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