Children with Cerebral Palsy can benefit from a muscle relaxant drug called Baclofen which can help reduce spasticity. A Baclofen pump is a device surgically placed in the abdomen that delivers Baclofen to the spine at a rate that is slower than standard medicine delivery methods, like oral pills, which helps alleviate side effects like drowsiness. Our providers at Seattle Children’s perform this procedure, and you can find out more at Children's website.
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