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Cerebral Palsy Types

Erb's Palsy

Erb's palsy, also referred to as brachial plexus palsy, is a condition affecting the nerves that control the muscles in the hand and arm. When Erb's Palsy is present, the brachial plexus nerves have been affected, the area on both sides of your neck. Based on the individual, some Erb's Palsy patients will have absolutely no muscle control or feeling in their arm or hand.

Erb's Palsy patients that can move their arms may have little control of their wrists and hands, or some erbs palsy patients will be able to use their hands but not their shoulders or elbows.

Erb's Palsy Treatment

The majority of Erb's Palsy cases occur during birth. Babies that appear at risk for suffering erbs palsy include larger sized babies, but any delivery size can result in erbs palsy. In 1,000 births, about 1 or 2 babies will suffer Erb's Palsy. Of these babies born with Erb's Palsy, 10% will need Erb's Palsy treatment. Erb's Palsy treatment can range from exercise, therapy, surgery, or a combination of all three.

When the Erb's Palsy has occurred because of malpractice or negligence, Erb's Palsy parents have rights. Proving a birth injury such as erbs palsy is an extremely difficult process that requires a team of legal experts. Erb's Palsy lawyers will have the proven record, knowledge, and resources necessary to bring justice.

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