The main cause is the abnormal development of one or more than one part of the brain which leads to disorders in movements.
uncontrolled movements, muscle stiffness, deficient muscle tone, and experiencing problems with regards to balance, motor coordination and balance, control of speech, seizures, and mental retardation. Children with cerebral palsy also have difficulties in learning. Cerebral palsy can also be subdivided into several categories which include spastic and dyskinetic (pyramidal and extrapyramidal) or both. The symptoms for spastic cerebral palsy include muscle stiffens and having erratic and awkward movements. The dyskinetic cerebral palsy on the other hand can either be athetoid or ataxic which also, include coordination of movements.
The most initial treatment for cerebral palsy is physical therapy, which can help improve the child's skills, movements and capabilities. It helps to maximize their abilities and physical strength, improve their quality of life and prevent complications.Traditional medical techniques (physiotherapy, bracing, and orthopedic musculoskeletal surgery) remain the mainstay of treatment strategies at this time. Although this disease requires treatment under observation, which gives slow results. This is more effective in bringing changes in the child's skills and abilities.