Poor Coordination

Poor coordination in MS results from cerebellar involvement and can be one of the most disabling symptoms of MS. It often co-exists with tremor, and balance difficulties. Errors in rate, range, direction, and force of movement are characteristic in these cases, making the simplest of daily activities like walking, pouring liquids, eating, and personal hygiene very difficult.


Walking aids, home safety assessment with focus on bathroom, kitchen and stairs.

Key Healthcare Professionals

  • Neurologist
  • Occupational and physical therapists
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