Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a nervous system disease that affects your brain and spinal cord, damaging the myelin sheath, the material that surrounds and protects your nerve cells.
Causes of multiple sclerosis:
Although many risk factors for multiple sclerosis have been identified, no definitive cause has been found.
Pattern of symptoms:
PHYSIOLINE’S Physiotherapy has a vital role to play.
Physioline’s Specialised Physiotherapy can teach a person with MS how to recover a good posture for their body – with particular emphasis on the right way to stand, to walk, to rise from a sitting or lying position, and how best to position oneself for sleeping. The benefits can include more normal and easier movement and, as a consequence, the possibility of enjoying a more active life. Preventative therapy is encouraged early in order to avoid secondary disability which arises from disuse. Physiotherapy treatment programmes should be tailored to the individual needs of each MS person.
The exercise and therapy programme they devised used a neurological approach to physiotherapy to help MS patients to:
Physioline’s Specialized Physiotherapy can help:
The multiple sclerosis prognosis is variable. It ranges from mild to very serious, depending on exactly which nerves are attacked.
Average survival is 35 years after diagnosis. A rare form of acute MS can be fatal quickly.
DETAILED TREATMENT :- Kindly contact Physioline for the detailed assessment and treatment program which is individualized according to every patient.