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Cerebral Palsy and Motor Recovery

Postby admin » Mon Jan 27, 2014 10:11 am

Hi All,
I just received an email from a journalist who is working on an article about brain injury and motor recovery. She is looking for individuals who have hemiparesis (weakness/paralysis on one side of the body) due to cerebral palsy. She is looking for individuals who may be interested in talking about their experiences regarding their diagnosis and therapy. If you would be willing to talk with her, please contact me via the "Contact Us" link on the page or post a reply here and I will pass your contact info on to her.

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Re: Cerebral Palsy and Motor Recovery

Postby Matteo938 » Mon Dec 16, 2019 1:31 am

Recovery of these devices and motors is not easy you have to hire someone to experience people. You can get some ideas about online paper writers from these experienced people as well. I recently hired someone who did great work and I hope he will help you as well.
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