Cerebral palsy typically involves a variety of neuromuscular and musculoskeletal problems. These problems include spasticity, dystonia, contractures, abnormal bone growth, poor balance, and loss of selective motor control. These problems can interfere with function and treating them can improve function. The treatments include physical and occupational therapy, bracing, oral medications, neurolytic blocks, neurosurgical procedures, orthopaedic surgery and others. Using a multidisciplinary treatment team with a good understanding of cerebral palsy, the best treatment options can be determined and functional outcomes maximized.