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What Makes a Great Doctor for a Patient With Cerebral Palsy

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Growing up, one of my favorite picture books was called “We’re All different, We’re All the Same.” It used popular Sesame Street characters to illustrate how our body parts differ even though we all have the same ones.

This heavily boiled-down concept should be standard practice for doctors of cerebral palsy patients to understand. Essentially, because CP is such a spectrum disability, with no case like the next, I know my body better than any doctor ever will.

It’s easy for a doctor who has spent years in their field to feel like they know best, lean too far into their expertise, and get lost in the technicalities.

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