Ramping up rehab research

Coetzee, Timothy
December 2011
Momentum (19403410);Winter2011/2012, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p63
The article discusses the innovative rehabilitation techniques that can help restore function in people with multiple sclerosis (MS). It explores the evidence that will convince doctors and insurers that rehabilitation of people with MS can help them achieve their physical, psychological, social and vocational potential. It reveals that a group of talented group of MS specialists and rehabilitation experts have focused on the eradication of obstacles in rigorous rehabilitation research.


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