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[Dynamic stabilometry as a monitoring of movement and coordination disorders in the rehabilitation of patients with multiple sclerosis].

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Disorders of movement and coordination are the most frequent and debilitating symptoms of multiple sclerosis. It has been shown that distinct changes of balance support are typical of the disease. This report includes an analysis of preliminary positive results of the use of stabilometry and biological feedback for the correction of balance in multiple sclerosis. A test "balance" has been used at baseline of the stabilometric study. After the rehabilitation, the positive changes of balance maintenance were seen in patients with low disability (EDSS<3,5). This test may be used as a measure of rehabilitation effectiveness. The results of the study may provide further determination of the approaches to the development of rehabilitation stabilometric algorithms.

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