This checklist is a resource for individuals with brain injury who may be experiencing spasticity, a common symptom of brain injury. Consult with your physician if you suspect you are experiencing spasticity.
Learn how spasticity and spinal cord injury can be related in this short, accessible fact sheet.
Learn how MS and spasticity can be related in this short, accessible fact sheet.
Use this checklist to help you discuss your MS and spasticity symptoms with your medical provider(s).
Learn how botulinum toxin can be used in treatment of spasticity.
Check out this overview of a clinical trial examining botulinum toxin A medication and its effect on severe upper extremity spasticity among patients with traumatic brain injury.
Interested in learning about medications and spasticity? This clinical study abstract gives a brief overview of Tizanidine and its effects on muscle tone.
Learn more about a clinical study that examines the effects of spasticity management in people with Traumatic Brain Injury.
Learn more about MS-related spasticity, talking to your healthcare provider about it, treatment plans, and medications.
Want to learn more about MS and pain? Check out this webinar featuring neurologist, Ben Thower, M.D. Recorded live January 2016.
Learn how spasticity and brain injury are related in this short, accessible fact sheet.
This is the guideline was developed collaboratively between American Association of Neuroscience Nurses (AANN) and Association of Rehbilitation Nurses (ARN) to promote evidence-based practice for the
adult patient with multiple sclerosis (MS) across the continuum of care.
A David Strauss Memorial Clinical Lecture Webinar featuring Cindy Ivanhoe, M.D., Chief Medical Officer for Mentis Neuro Rehabilitation. Aired live on December 15, 2010.
Spasticity in spinal cord injury is often viewed as a cause of dysfunction and pain. This SCI Forum presentation explores the positive effects of spasticity (“the good”), the negative effects (“the bad”), the neutral effects (“the not so ugly”), and a variety of interventions for spasticity.
This webinar discusses the benefits of vibration machines in rehabilitation programs and supplemental therapy programs for people living with spinal cord injuries and disorders (SCI/D).
Interested in learning more about your options for managing spasticity? You will hear about your options in this webinar.
A companion piece to the Spasticity Checklist, this document has valuable information about spasticity and stroke, as well as spasticity treatment and management tips.
This checklist can help facilitate a conversation with your healthcare provider about signs and symptoms of spasticity.
In this article, Bob Vogel answers a question from a 37-year-old person with a spinal cord injury.
This information sheet, published by the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center, discusses spasticity, common triggers in people with SCI, treatment options, and more.
Pain is a very common concern for people living with CP. Learn more by reading this fact sheet.
Learn more about Cerebral Palsy, its prevalence and effects.
Spasticity can limit a stroke survivors mobility in a variety of ways. Learn more about how to maintain mobility after a stroke.
Steve Page, PhD, a licensed occupational therapist at Ohio State University Medical Center, speaks about spasticity, its effects and treatments in this webinar.
Stroke survivors identify spasticity as one of the top three most prevalent post-stroke conditions.
Relapses can be a major concern for people with MS.
The fifth segment of this video discusses spasticity management strategies for people living with MS.
People with MS commonly experience spasticity. Learn more about it and treatment strategies.