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Helping children with cerebral palsy walk

September 10, 2012

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Dr. Susan Apkon, director of Rehabilitation Medicine at Seattle Children’s, explains how a selective dorsal rhizotomy procedure is helping kids with cerebral palsy walk for the first time.

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