Truth be told, we are all mixed. Spastic, athetoid and ataxia depends on
which pathological reflexes are still present. Most of these reflexes should
disappear as we past certain developmental milestones, but with the initial
motor damage, some of them persist.
>CP is so varied, it's hard to classify sometimes. For example, I've been
>diagnosed both as a spastic paraplegic and a spastic diplegic, although
>the majority of my doctors have gone with the spastic paraplegia category.
> I suupose it's where most of the CP is located that's the final clue.