Adaptive Equipment

Spastic Cerebral Palsy


Spastic Cerebral Palsy is the most common type of Cerebral Palsy, accounting for nearly 80 percent of all CP cases. Infants with Spastic Cerebral Palsy have stiff and jerky movements as well as one or more tight muscle groups which limit movement. Children often have a hard time moving from one position to another. Children may also have a hard time holding and letting go of objects.
Ask the Doctor
We have the resources, support and legal information to help you make your child’s life better during the first few months after diagnosis and for years to come. Please use the contact form to the right if you think a medical mistake resulted in your child’s brain injury and our team will respond if the doctor feels a delivery mistake was the primary cause.