Community pays for a groundbreaking surgery to help a little boy with cerebral palsy be able to walk. The surgery is called selective dorsal rhizotomy (SDR), and children with cerebral palsy from around the world travel to the U.S. for this operation.
There are numerous cerebral palsy treatments and therapies for children, and in the last few years, there have been groundbreaking developments in this area.
Blue Jays throw a cerebral palsy fundraiser so a Toronto boy with cerebral palsy can undergo selective dorsal rhizotomy (SDR), a groundbreaking surgery only offered in the U.S.
A little boy that stopped breathing at birth and had to be resuscitated suffered cerebral palsy and PVL and was unable to walk until age 6, when he underwent a groundbreaking surgery called SDR.
Selective Dorsal Rhyzotomy (SDR) is an amazing surgery to treat spasticity (extreme stiffness) in children with cerebral palsy.