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The Weinberg Family CP Center has implemented electronic consenting (eConsent) of patients into the Cerebral Palsy Patient Registry. Our research coordinator goes into more detail.
Denise talks about her life experiences as one with cerebral palsy-affected speech.
Denise talks about bridging the communication divide with speech-affected disabilities.
Grant awarded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is for a focus on “Paired brain and spinal cord stimulation to strengthen spinal sensorimotor circuits”.
Luke is a 13 year old who has neuromuscular scoliosis. Dr. Michael Vitale and his surgical team used advanced surgical tools to straighten and stabilize Luke’s spine.
Researchers at Columbia Engineering report that their robotic Trunk Support Trainer when combined with active practice of postural movements, improves trunk and reaching control in children with CP.
The CP Center is proud to announce our PFAC successfully met for the first time this month, learn more about what PFAC will be working on over the next year.
Lydia explains what enrolling in the Genetics Project entails at the Weinberg Family CP Center.
Hear from one of Dr. Paulo Selber's patients from Australia, Ariane Casareo, who shares her experience over the years.
Lydia tells her story as someone growing up with cerebral palsy and creating your own norm.