The "Queen Square Neurological Rehabilitation Series" are concise reference works that focus on the essentials of neurological rehabilitation to aid in patient management. In this volume, editor Alan J. Thompson and a team of experts explore the approaches and processes required to ensure the comprehensive management of patients with multiple sclerosis. The key areas covered include: mechanisms of disability and potential for recovery in multiple sclerosis; the impact of MS; multidisciplinary rehabilitation in MS; managing symptoms in MS; evaluating the outcome of rehabilitation in MS; and, service delivery and models of care in MS. Providing key practical knowledge, "Neurological Rehabilitation Multiple Sclerosis" is a highly useful resource for neurologists and specialists in rehabilitation medicine.
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Mechanisms of Disability and Potential for Recovery in Multiple Sclerosis. The Impact of MS. Multidisciplinary Rehabilitation in MS. Managing Symptoms in MS. Evaluating the Outcome of Rehabilitation in MS. Service Delivery and Models of Care in MS
Institute of Neurology, University College of London, UK