Treatment of severe, disabling spasticity with continuous intrathecal baclofen therapy following acquired brain injury

The study showed encouraging long-term outcomes and safety for ITB therapy after ABI-related intractable spasticity.

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About Mark J. Ashley

Providers of brain injury rehabilitation services.
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