Comparing Rehabilitation and Drug Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis

The primary goal of treating multiple sclerosis (MS) is to enhance patients’ quality of life by managing symptoms. Rehabilitation therapy (RT), including occupational therapy (OT) and a specific physical therapy program (PTP), plays a crucial role in improving functionality and independence. This study highlights the effectiveness of combining RT with drug treatment (DT) compared to DT alone in MS patients. The combined approach proves beneficial in regaining muscle strength, improving coordination and balance, and enhancing dexterity in the dominant hand.

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