Intrathecal baclofen for spasticity in non-ambulatory patients

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We have already made several posts about intrathecal baclofen for reducing spasticity and improving function in ambulatory patients:

However, intrathecal baclofen can also be used in patients with spasticity who are non-ambulatory or bedbound:

Normalizing muscle tone may not improve function, but it alleviates pain, allows for better positioning and hygiene, and improves quality of life.

Click here to find out more about our spasticity center.

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