Outcome measures in spasticity management.

  title={Outcome measures in spasticity management.},
  author={Susan H. Pierson},
  journal={Muscle & nerve. Supplement},
Development of validated and reliable outcome measures for spasticity rehabilitation has been hampered by the difficulty of quantifying functionally important parameters such as pain, ease of care, and mobility. Nonetheless, a combination of measures designed to assess technical and functional outcomes, patient satisfaction, and the cost effectiveness of treatment can be used together to evaluate status and track change in spasticity management, including treatment programs involving botulinum… CONTINUE READING

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