Physiotherapy for Multiple Sclerosis

Physiotherapy for Multiple Sclerosis


Damage to the nerve fibres in the brain and spinal cord, which affects movement, cognition, and behaviour, results in Multiple Sclerosis, or MS. As the immune system destroys the myelin that surrounds the nerve fibres, MS is also known as an autoimmune disorder. This disruption of the impulses that go along the nerve fibres causes loss of muscle control, changes in mood, and difficulties walking. The symptoms might vary and range widely. It has a higher prevalence among women than men and is brought on by a confluence of hereditary and environmental variables.

MS is brought on by nerve fibre inflammation in the brain and spinal cord. White blood cells attacks the myelin that covers the nerve fibres, causing inflammation. The scars or plaques that result from this inflammation are called lesions. The transmission of messages through the nerve fibres is slowed or even stopped by this. The myelin can entirely degrade and the nerve fibres themselves can suffer damage over time. What causes this myelin degradation is not entirely known. It has been proposed that both genetic and environmental factors are involved.

… Difficulties with the Eyes, such as Discomfort, Double Vision, Partial Blindness, and Focus
… Bowel and Bladder Issues, Speaking and Swallowing Challenges
… Mood Changes, Issues with Memory and Learning
… Pain, Fatigue, Weakness, Stiffness, and Spasms in the Muscles
… Difficulty Walking due to Loss of Balance, Coordination, and Dizziness
… Skin Tingling or Going Numb

People with MS can benefit greatly from physical therapy. By reducing symptoms like weariness and muscle spasms and preventing the loss of mobility, strength, and balance, it promotes independence. In the management of MS, Physiotherapy is crucial. Physiotherapy seeks to:
… Keep your muscles strong and build up your weak ones.
… Keep your joints flexible to avoid being stiff.
… To avoid muscular contractions
… lower the possibility of falling
… Enhance your balance and coordination.
… Avoid pressure ulcers.
… Assist in coordination and control of movement patterns.
… decreases spasticity and promotes more typical mobility.
… regain your ability to function.
… Encourage recovery

The type of physiotherapy treatment you receive will depend on the symptom you are currently experiencing, and treatment plans will be created just for you. When you make improvement or your symptoms change, the treatment plan is reviewed and appropriately modified. In addition to maximising your potential, physical therapy will also concentrate on daily living routines that will speed up your recuperation. Following an initial attack, physical therapy should be started as soon as possible to help you attain your full potential and stop your symptoms from getting worse.

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