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Webinar – 10.1.20 – A discussion for caregivers, patients, and providers on how to make better-informed long term care decisions regarding neurological and orthopedic treatment of cerebral palsy.
Read more about international authority in neuromuscular diseases and leading expert in gait analysis and movement, orthopedic surgeon Paulo R. Selber, MD.
The 74th Annual AACPDM Virtual Meeting will feature presentations and research from a number of Weinberg Family CP Center staff, affiliates, and researchers.
The WFCPC is CPRN’s first site in New York City and provides a large and diverse patient population, including children and adults, for the studies conducted by CPRN.
A cross-sectional study of adults with CP at a single institution compared the patient characteristics of patients with and without CSS.
The Movement Recovery Lab at the Weinberg Family CP Center, led by Jason Carmel, MD, PhD, has recently been awarded a grant to continue its research into a clinical trial.
The social work team at the Weinberg Family CP Center is here for you. They share some general “tips” on coping with social distancing.
David was once told he would never walk. Now at 16, he is excelling in sports and music.
It can be overwhelming looking for information and finding the best resources for (and with) your loved one with CP, our adult patients are a unique and tremendous resource for you.
Tucker Salovaara, a patient of CP center talks about why being an advocate in the disabled community matters