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Spasticity is a movement disorder that affects muscle control. Usually, it means there is a breakdown in communication from the brain and spinal cord to the muscles. It is typically caused by other neurological conditions such as Multiple sclerosis, Cerebral palsy, Stroke, and others. Our experts in neurology at the UVM Medical Center are at the forefront of research and treatment of spasticity and work with you every step of your treatment.
Our team of experts at the UVM Medical Center provide leading care of Spasticity:
If you think you may have spasticity, or have suffered from related conditions, your doctor will commonly use one of these methods to diagnose your spasticity:
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Spasticity is a common symptom of underlying neurological issues, including: