Comprehensive Care for All Ages
Comprehensive Care You Won’t Outgrow
The Weinberg Family Cerebral Palsy Center is the first program dedicated to transitional care for cerebral palsy (CP) on the East Coast. The Center provides integrated, coordinated, and multidisciplinary health care for pediatric, transitional age, and adult care.
We offer a comprehensive, holistic approach to meet the health care needs of the growing adult cerebral palsy population, with an emphasis on facilitating the often difficult medical transition from adolescence into adulthood.
Our nationally recognized clinicians and experts work together to provide coordinated care for people with cerebral palsy.
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Our team is here to help you make an appointment with the specialists that you need. We are open Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5 pm.
"Being a part of PFAC and the CP Support Group has brought such pleasure and purpose to my life. I have found friends that have become a second family to me. Our shared experiences help us to realize that we are not alone in this world."
"Around the time I turned 50 my body started becoming more unreliable and I knew I needed to see someone. My story is typical in that I had excellent care as a child, but from the age of about 25-50, I didn't really have a CP doctor. Whenever I tried to find one, they only saw kids. Luckily, a friend of mine found the center and sent me the link."
"Thanks to the excellent care I received at the Weinberg Family CP Center, my body is on a path to healing, and my quality of life is nearly what it was before I started to lose my ability to walk independently. My mind, emotions, and heart are healing as well."
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Source:The New York TimesFebruary 9, 2023
A twisted ankle left this girl in pain for months and doctors puzzled by the clean X-ray and MRI. A call to our Clinical Director Dr. Joshua Hyman uncovered dystonia and successful treatment.
- March 20, 2023
Congratulation so Dr. Hana Azizi on her new appointment as Director of Pediatric Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
- January 16, 2023
The partnership provides a path from primary care to multidisciplinary specialty care for patients with cerebral palsy.