Cerebral palsy symptoms
Symptoms of cerebral palsy range from muscle stiffness and weakness to balance problems. Learn all about the four main types of cerebral palsy here.
Cerebral palsy damages the nervous system and muscle control, affecting movement and coordination. While the cause is often unknown, there are risk factors.
Living with cerebral palsy
Cerebral palsy cannot be cured, but a lot can be done to help people with the condition.
6 myths about cerebral palsy
Cerebral palsy (CP) affects 1 in every 500 babies born in Australia, yet it's still very misunderstood. Learn the facts about CP this World Cerebral Palsy Day.
Cerebral palsy diagnosis
Learn about the ways cerebral palsy can be diagnosed, including tests and scans doctors may do. Getting the right diagnosis can be difficult but is important.
Nervous system diseases
Find out more about specific nervous system diseases, including signs and symptoms of particular conditions, how they are diagnosed and where to go for support.
A bunion is a bony lump that forms at the main joint between the big toe and the foot and pulls the joint out of line. Read about the treatments and more here.
Speech pathology aims to help people who can’t communicate effectively. Learn more about speech pathologists, what they do and how they can help.
Flat feet (fallen arches)
Flat feet (or 'fallen arches') refers to the foot’s arch being lower than normal. It can cause pain in the foot, leg or elsewhere. Learn about treatments here.
Dysarthria occurs when the muscles you use to breath and speak are weakened or paralysed, making your speech slurred and hard to understand. Speech therapy can help make your speech clearer.