Weinberg Family Cerebral Palsy Center-Clinical Research

Updated: Mar 25

One of the first medical institutions in the country to establish a comprehensive Cerebral Palsy patient registry, the Weinberg Family CP Center provides comprehensive multidisciplinary care for people, of all ages, living with Cerebral Palsy. The center conducts groundbreaking clinical research which focuses on developing new tools to improve quality of life for people with CP. Improvement that is the result of new discoveries and innovative treatments. Also, the WFCPC offers support for patients, caregivers, and families affected by CP.


The state of the art Carmel Lab uses activity-based therapies, including electrical stimulation and motor training in attempts to repair brain-spinal cord connections. Our goal is to create a clinical research model and inspire others to embark upon the study of cerebral palsy.


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