MS | Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis or MS is a neurological condition that affects the brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves. Due to damage of the myelin sheath, the disrupted brain signals cause compromised awareness, strength and stability. As a result, frequent falls occur requiring specialized physical therapy to improve balance and safety to reduce fall risk.

Specialized treatments for Multiple Sclerosis include balance training, progressive strength training, and myokinesthetics for pain relief. Also, gait training using the MATRIX gait trainer allows for a safer and more effective walking experience. Without the constraints of a harness, each person can walk longer and with more confidence.

A Chronic Illness Diagnosis is NOT Your Label: Your 3-Systems to Recovery

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Are you feeling discouraged because of a chronic illness diagnosis? Moving towards your journey of healing is a major stepping stone in the mind, body, and spirit connection. In Rewire The Podcast, we discuss how you can holistically reframe the way you look at your diagnosis and begin addressing the nervous system. This will help …

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Gait Training with the MATRIX Gait Trainer for Parkinson’s, MS, and TBI

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Regain mobility with Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis, Traumatic Brain Injury, and more. Our patented MATRIX Gait Trainer is the key to safe, effective, and efficient gait training. Over years of treating hundreds of patients as a Physical Therapist and Traumatic Brain Injury Specialist, I experienced the pros and cons of many gait training devices. Too often, …

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