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Reducing Flexor Spasticity: Hip

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Exercising with MS spasticity in the hip is tough. In order to reduce the spasticity you need to release the hip flexors that are pulling you forward and counteract the spasticity with muscles that help you stand up straight.


Soul Of A Painter says:

Thank you so much for posting these videos.. I have CP (spastic dipledga) effects my legs only.. I absolutely think this is a game changer for me… I'm going to share it with my CP group… I will tell all my friends about this because we cannot find anything for CP at all…

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