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What are some causes of teen's gross motor skill developmental delays?

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Dr. Vered Lewy-Weiss
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Started when younger: Gross motor delay doesn't start as a teen. Such delays would've been noticed and diagnosed long before (hopefully). However, if there is a loss of gross motor skill then a neurologist must be consulted to look into new onset neurological/neurosurgical problems - sooner rather than later.

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