Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune disease which is also incurable and progressive, so the patient’s condition is constantly deteriorating. In the brain and spinal cord, nerve fibers are surrounded by a myelin sheath. This ensures the proper connection between nerve cells, the information flow, if this is damaged, the impulse transmission slows down or is blocked.
These above processes cause extremely diverse symptoms, which can be the following:
- weakened muscle strength, numbness, pain in one or more limbs,
- balance, movement coordination disorder,
- visual impairment,
- speech disorder,
- mental decline.
Our conductive education program is there to support and guide the patient in learning how to move in a more optimal way. It helps the patient to correct their movements and provide individual solutions to help solve movements they may find challenging.