- Local-spinal Therapy of Spasticity | Hermann Müller | Springer
- How can spasticity be treated?
- The effect of epidural application of opioids on spasticity of spinal origin.
When spasticity is severe, contractures fixed limitations of range of motion may develop. Stretching, exercise, and rehabilitation are the first line of interventions for spasticity.
Oral medications are often effective, but may cause side effects such as drowsiness. When spasticity affects only a few muscles, local injections of botulinum toxin can be helpful. Baclofen is one of the medications most commonly used to treat spasticity. Baclofen acts in the spinal cord, and improves hyperactive reflexes and excessive muscle tone. Some of the side effects of baclofen are:. Stopping baclofen suddenly may cause withdrawal symptoms that include seizures.
You should avoid suddenly stopping this medication. If you have severe spasticity, and oral medications are not helpful, your treating physician may refer you for a consultation to evaluate if ITB could be a good option for you.
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How can spasticity be treated?
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