Cerebral palsy is a neurological disorder caused due to static ischemic brain injury. Hypoxia during the birth process or after birth can cause brain damage and cause cerebral palsy. Depending on the area of the brain involved due to ischemia symptoms of cerebral Palsy manifest and result in abnormal movement of various body parts of a child. Cerebral Palsy can be any of the four different types – spastic (most common), ataxic, athetoid/dyskinetic, and mixed. Despite being a non-progressive neurological disorder, it affects a child’s motor function and muscle movement. About 70% of children suffer from spastic cerebral palsy caused due to damage to the brain’s motor cortex. Early diagnosis and timely intervention can give better results.