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Following medulloblastoma surgery, who can help rehabilitate my child?

Following surgery to remove a medulloblastoma, your child may have balance problems, coordination problems, and weakness in their arms and legs. These problems usually resolve within several weeks, but your child may benefit from the help of a rehabilitation team, including a physical therapist and an occupational therapist. A physical therapist can help your child improve their motor skills, while an occupational therapist can improve your child's ability to perform daily tasks.

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