One of the biggest challenges those living with multiple sclerosis (MS) face is difficulty walking. Difficulty walking is also known as “gait deficit.” In MS, gait deficit can happen because MS damages sections of the brain responsible for motor functions.
Keeping your clinic on the cutting edge of physical rehabilitation innovations can be challenging. The added pressure to gain skills that will benefit your patients coupled with a busy schedule only adds to that.
Is MS responsible for a change in your ability to walk? You’re not alone. Over 70% of people with MS experience gait deficit or difficulty walking.