2021 CMSC Annual Meeting

Platform-Rehabilitation

Platform-Rehabilitation

Beyond the Physical Symptoms of Spasticity for Persons with MS Spasticity: Results from SEEN-MSS, a Large-Scale, Self-Reported Survey

Background: Spasticity, a complex and multi-dimensional symptom of multiple sclerosis (MS), occurs in up to 80% of those with MS. …...

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Platform-Rehabilitation

The Use of Ekso GT Exoskeleton Yields Functional Gait Improvement in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis

Background: Multiple Sclerosis is characterized by lesions in various locations of the central nervous system that can result in...

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Platform-Rehabilitation

Spasticity Experience in Adults with Multiple Sclerosis: An Integrated Conceptual Model

Background: Spasticity is a common symptom of multiple sclerosis (MS), often leading to functional limitations and disability. Objectives:...

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Platform-Rehabilitation

Frequency and Characteristics of Falls in People Living with and without Multiple Sclerosis during the COVID-19 Pandemic: An Online Survey

Background: Public health responses to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) including lockdowns may negatively impact physical and mental...

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Platform-Rehabilitation

Using Seating and Wheeled Mobility to Manage MS Symptoms

Background: Advances in seating and wheeled mobility technology can benefit the MS community, facilitating more independence with mobility...

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Platform-Rehabilitation

Stakeholder Recommendations for a Dyadic Physical Activity Intervention for People with Moderate-to-Severe Multiple Sclerosis and Their Care-Partners: A Modified e-Delphi Study.

Background: People with moderate-to-severe multiple sclerosis (MS) and their family caregivers do not engage in sufficient physical...

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Platform-Rehabilitation

Effects of weekly participation in a wellness program on people living with multiple sclerosis: a three-year analysis

Background: The Multiple Sclerosis Achievement Center (MSAC) conducts day wellness programs to address physical, cognitive and social...

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Platform-Rehabilitation

The Effect of Telerehabilitation on the Quality of Life and Fatigue of Patients with Multiple Sclerosis

Background: , Multiple Sclerosis is a chronic neurological disease, characterized by demyelination of neurons in the Central Nervous System...

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