Living with severe spasticity makes life harder because it does not allow you to voluntarily relax your muscles. Spasticity makes movement, posture, and balance difficult. It can affect your ability to move one or more of your limbs, or to move one side of your body. Spasticity is often associated with stroke, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury, and brain injury. While there is no cure for severe spasticity, there are treatments. If you would like to learn more about these treatment options, please join us for this educational webinar.
Presenters: Dr. Gerald Bilsky, Physiatrist; Medical Director of Outpatient Services and Associate Medical Director of Acquired Brain Injury Services at Shepherd Center–Focus on spasticity management