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Lorena Vargas, Physical Therapist, explains a movement sequence that parents can do when their child has muscle tightness, spasticity or has a hard time to move fluently. This movement sequence for shoulders and pelvis can [More]
Typically you start off with the least invasive treatment and then you progress, but very often you need to use more than one strategy… Go to https://scireproject.com/evidence/rehabilitation-evidence/spasticity/ for more info!
In this video, Linda Radestad and Arjan Kuipers describe a novel more effective way to reduce spasticity. First Arjan explains how going back to basics makes more reduction of spasticity after stroke or brain injury [More]
In this video, I’ll be demonstrating some exercises geared toward combating lower limb spasticity and HSP. This is my journey after deciding that I am taking my life back from HSP. #exercise #spasticity
Improving tone and range of motion in a spastic hand.
Many people with MS experience muscle spasms. Our instructor Rachel shares a few exercises that can help. Give them a go – they are simple, easy to follow and can be done at home. Watch [More]
Download your FREE Spasticity Exercise Guide: https://themsgym.mykajabi.com/pl/3141 Spasticity in the toes and feet can disrupt balance, increase foot drop, and make exercising with MS difficult. This exercise combo is super effective in helping to reducing [More]
Should someone focus on “neuroplasticity” or spasticity if you have damage to the brain? The answer is not so easy but It is SUPER important. In this video, I will …
Robin Kennedy-Hunter, a patient of Dr. Andrea Toomer and Culicchia Neurological Clinic, undergoes physical therapy as she continues treatment for spasticity.
This video is a series of arm exercises to regain arm movement after a stroke or brain injury. A Urias Air splint can help to decrease spasticity and can be a first step toward regaining [More]
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