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If MS leaves your body stiff or you suffer from spasticity at night, this release & mobility series is for you! If you’re interested in more exercises like these check out this Free MS Exercise [More]
VIDEO TITLE: Exercise tips for spastic diplegia VIDEO DESCRIPTION: In the video exercise tips for spastic diplegia learn about the basic principles that forms the baseline for exercise program for cerebral palsy or spastic diplegia. [More]
Video to understand spasticity: https://youtu.be/foAfYN56UqU Do you have ankle spasticity: https://youtu.be/aMcazVftpaA Tool to manage toe curling: https://youtu.be/duBeo2PtUww Direct product link for large toe separator: https://amzn.to/2VpkhBF Direct product liink for thin toe separator (fits in shoes): [More]
The previous video on spasticity left many people more confused and with more questions than answers. So today, I wanted to connect some dots between what spasticity is (discussed in the last video) and why [More]
Dr. Judy Gooch, a rehabilitation doctor shows how to stretch tight hamstrings on another person. Another Utah Neuro Rehabilitation video called Stretching Legs with Rapunzel shows how to stretch tight hamstrings yourself.
This workout video is geared towards spasticity in the lower limbs. This is my journey towards my healing and hopefully others can benefit from this video. We are our own cure. Anything is possible.
This video is for anyone who has suffered a stroke and suffers from a flexed arm, shoulder pain, and the arm just feels stuck to your body. This is common with spasticity that can occur [More]
For more information on spasticity, please visit https://cle.clinic/39aR4zy Disruption in muscle movement patterns so that muscles contract all at once is called spasticity; this is a factor in many diseases, including multiple sclerosis.
Carolyn Brown, OTR/L, CLT, Occupational Therapist in our Outpatient Center brings you through exercises that help with spasticity. Spasticity is a muscle condition that causes muscles to stiffen and/or tighten making fluid movement difficult. When [More]
Spasticity is a movement disorder that can happen due to damage to the brain or spinal cord. This is the third video in a series explaining what spasticity is, why it happens, and how to [More]
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