Cerebral palsy is a neurological condition that affects muscle movement, coordination, vision, hearing and sensation. Cerebral palsy is not a progressive condition. Available data suggest that 2-4 out of every 1000 infants are affected with Cerebral palsy or CP. Although cerebral palsy is a neurological condition, it does not necessarily affect the intelligence or cognitive ability of a person. Usually, babies or infants with cerebral palsy do not roll over, crawl, or walk as early as other children. The severity of the symptoms depends upon the part of the brain that is affected. Some of the common symptoms in cerebral palsy include delay in motor skills, muscle tremors, seizures, poor muscle coordination, stiff muscles, etc. Babies born with cerebral palsy do not show signs of the disorder within a few months or years after they are born. The symptoms appear after a few years, usually after 3-4 years.