June 12, 2014

Helping MS patients regain use of their limbs

From Family Practice News
Constraint-induced movement therapy – a technique fairly well known for stroke – helps patients with hemiparetic multiple sclerosis, too. That might be why Dr. Victor W. Mark and his colleagues at the University of Alabama at Birmingham found that the benefits of even a 10-day course of therapy persist for several years.

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UAB in the News

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