The cerebral palsy sufferer faces many daily obstacles that able-bodied people do not. The disease makes it hard to function as a "normal" person would, since it makes almost any physical movement an arduous challenge. Although no cure currently exists for cerebral palsy, there are several courses of action that may be taken to help treat cerebral palsy, or at least aid in managing the disease. There are three general treatment options: pharmacological interventions, therapies, and surgical procedures. Pharmacological interventions include the administration of drugs or toxins. Many types of therapy can be used to help the cerebral palsy sufferer – from occupational and physical therapy, to speech and language therapy. Finally, several surgeries may be performed to abate some of the physical abnormalities associated with cerebral palsy.