Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a continually progressive disease of the nervous system characterized by the absence or damage of the myelin fibers of the neurons. This causes incorrect or difficult conduction of nerve impulses. It is an autoimmune disease, which means that, in general, the patient’s neurons are attacked by their own immune system. The first symptoms of MS appear mainly in young people (20-40 years of age) and are characterized by, among others: paralysis of the limbs, visual disturbances, sensory disturbances, disturbances in balance and coordination of movements.
A very important element in the treatment of multiple sclerosis is intense neurorehablitation. It supports the patient’s return to full or partial fitness. Thanks to individual therapies, the use of the most modern rehabilitation robots and physical treatments, we can achieve great progress in the functioning of the patient.