Cerebral Palsy Center

Education

The Wake Forest Cerebral Palsy Center is responsible for the education of medical students, orthopaedic residents, and fellows within the medical center, and plays an active role in postgraduate education on a regional and national scale.

  • Instruction of residents and fellows in the management of Cerebral Palsy including all treatment paradigms
  • Exposure of medical students to the management of Cerebral Palsy in patients including Botulinum toxin, nonoperative intervention, and surgical intervention
  • Exposure of health care providers to current operative and nonoperative management paradigms
  • Preceptorship program in Cerebral Palsy and chemodenervation
  • Annual Spasticity Course
  • Regional and National Lectures
    • National Societies and Associations
    • Regional Societies and Associations
    • Continuing Education Courses
  • International Lectures
  • Visiting Professorships
    • National
    • International
  • Publication of books, book chapters, peer-reviewed articles, and monographs on Cerebral Palsy
  • Creation of web-based information 

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