The ABC Birth Injury Blog | Reiter & Walsh, P.C.
Most people associate the use of forceps during delivery as a “last resort,” when all other efforts have failed, to quickly deliver a baby. For many years it has been an accepted practice. Contemporary thinking, however, may be shifting as obstetricians weigh the risks of birth injury to babies if the procedure is not done correctly.
There are many types of therapies available to children with cerebral palsy, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech & language therapy, behavioral therapy, play therapy, and music & dance therapy.
ach year many babies and toddlers are treated for injuries related to cribs, playpens, and bassinets.
Hospitals are beginning to rethink their policies regarding cameras in the delivery room.
A low Apgar score at birth is strongly associated with cerebral palsy in childhood.