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MedicalMalpracticeCarbondale

Carbondale, Illinois
Medical Malpractice Carbondale IL  Alleman & Hicks Attorneys At Law, is conveniently located in Carbondale, IL, we are an experienced law firm dedicated to helping individuals and companies resolve their legal problems in a wide variety of contexts, including personal injury, bankruptcy, family law, litigation, employment, and general practice. Representing victims...

charaka

hyderabad, India
Renowned traditional & speciality Ayurveda Panchakarma therapy centre providing best & genuine therapies for Motor Neurone Disease (MND), Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Parkinson's disease, Ankylosing spondylitis, Rheumatoid arthritis, Slip disc, Sciatica, Cervical & Lumbar Spondylitis, Paralysis, Cerebral Palsy, Mental retardation, Osteo arthritis, Gout, ,Degenerative disorderds,...

aggie01l

California
I am a mother of two miracles born weighing 1 lb 11 oz and 2 lbs. I'm a wife learning to love her husband more every day, a three time melanoma cancer survivor. I've faced infertility, invitro fertilization, preterm labor, and the life and death path of the NICU. One of my children has cerebral palsy and has endured countless hours of therapy and various medical treatments, both of my...
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Vidasista

Holland, Michigan
Mom to a boy who has cerebral palsy, but cerebral palsy does not have him.
Communities: Triathlon, Walk-a-thon, Running , ...

Joe and Leanna Patient Expert

OKC, Oklahoma
This blog is about a child that has Cerebral Palsy. This explains the therapy, the ups & downs, the day to day experiences that this child goes through. I (his mother) write these experiences in the hope it will help other moms/families in our same situation. I hope they can take comfort in the fact that they are not alone and hope they might find some helpful information that they may not...
Communities: Brain Health

ponderingpaty

St. Paul, Minnesota
I come to Wellsphere intent on keeping my body as fit as is possible, my outlook positive, and my spirit strong.  For a lifetime, I have lived with mild cerebral palsy, and epilepsy well-controlled by medication.  In recent years, osteoarthritis joined my cerebral palsy, and epilepsy.  In the past year, I have been learning how to use a power wheelchair.  So as to keep a...

Braxton P. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenComplimentary & Alternative Medicine

Pagosa Springs, Colorado
Blog author Braxton Ponder is a Licensed Acupuncturist whose work has taken him around the world, exposing him to a broad range of healthcare systems and practices. He draws upon this background, as well as his ongoing clinical experience, when he offers news analysis and commentary about healthcare and healthy living. His articles also examine insurance systems and policy decisions that affect...

lormac

Robbinsville, New Jersey
I am 49 I have Cerebral palsy I had spinal fusion to the neck and l-spine I have carpal Tunnel Syndrom 

Randi S.

United States
The Adapted Life is a blog is for parents of children with physical, cognitive and developmental disabilities who want to live a normal family life in a household likely filled with assistive technology (AT), paperwork and appointments. I am a parent of a teen with cerebral palsy who uses AT for communication, mobility and learning. I am also the founder of www.SayitwithSymbols.com, a web...

possibleologist

California
I have 2 sons, our second son is a child with special needs who was diagnosed with Cerebellar Hypoplasia, Microcephaly, Cerebral Palsy and Failure to Thrive.  He had a bard feeding tube put in at 15 months and later we switched it to a mickey. Our mission is to create a virtual village to raise our special needs children. We will discover, compile and share new possibilities that...