Brachial Plexus Injury (BPI) is a devastating injury that alters the lives of many. The history of BPI dates back to the time of Hippocrates. Interestingly, there was a time during the period of militaristic Sparta, when babies with obstetric injuries were thrown alive into the gorge to get rid of the impurities. A proper rehabilitation department which will help to rehabilitate the patients especially those with global palsy of long duration so that they can lead a much respectable life in the society. With all these measures we also require a proper referral system so that the patient can be referred early to the person or the institute specialising in treating the BPI. No patient should be sent back without off ering the proper surgical treatment.