Managing spasticity in MS
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Spasticity, which refers to involuntary muscle stiffness and can interfere with normal movement, speech and walking, is one of the most challenging of all MS symptoms, occurring in as many as 80% of people living with MS. This booklet explains the symptom and the courses of rehabilitation used to manage spasticity.
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