Birth Injuries Blog

By Jeffrey Rasansky | December 17th 2013 | Birth Injury FAQs , FAQ
Answer: Erb’s palsy, also known as brachial palsy, is a condition that most-commonly occurs to newborn children when their brachial plexus nerves are damaged Continue Reading
By Jeffrey Rasansky | December 17th 2013 | Birth Injury FAQs , FAQ
Answer: There are a number of potential causes of cerebral palsy, but the majority of cases are caused by brain damage to the baby Continue Reading
By Jeffrey Rasansky | December 17th 2013 | Birth Injury FAQs , FAQ
Answer: There are many types of injuries that can occur during pregnancy and delivery, ranging from minor to severe. Among the most common types of birth Continue Reading
By Jeffrey Rasansky | December 17th 2013 | Birth Injury FAQs , FAQ
Answer: Birth injuries do not always lead to serious and lasting harm to the child. Many of them will heal on their own with Continue Reading
By Jeffrey Rasansky | December 17th 2013 | Birth Injury FAQs , FAQ
Answer: Birth injuries can occur for a number of different reasons. In some cases the child’s head is too large to fit through the mother’s Continue Reading
By Jeffrey Rasansky | December 17th 2013 | Birth Injury FAQs , FAQ
Answer: Cerebral palsy is a condition that many have heard about, but which few seem to understand. CP is a chronic condition that can Continue Reading
By Jeffrey Rasansky | December 17th 2013 | Birth Injury FAQs , FAQ
Answer: Cerebral palsy is not a progressive condition because the damage to the brain has already occurred; however, symptoms can change over time. Some will see Continue Reading
By Jeffrey Rasansky | December 17th 2013 | Birth Injury FAQs , FAQ
Answer: It is important to remember that cerebral palsy is a neurological condition; not a disease. It is in no way contagious. Cerebral palsy is Continue Reading
By Jeffrey Rasansky | December 17th 2013 | Birth Injury FAQs , FAQ
Answer: Because cerebral palsy is caused by damage to a baby’s brain, the condition is actually quite preventable in most cases. Most of the issues Continue Reading
By Jeffrey Rasansky | December 17th 2013 | Birth Injury FAQs , FAQ
Answer: Many of the medical issues that occur during pregnancy or delivery and lead to cerebral palsy should be anticipated, detected, and corrected by Continue Reading

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