THE VALUE OF PHYSICAL THERAPY IN IMPROVING GAIT IN MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS: A RESEARCH DESIGN

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  • Michele G. Madonna RN MA,

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    • Grant support from the National Institute of Handicapped, G008 006808 and G008 200046, and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, RG 1135-A-4 and RG 1459-A-7, and the Rehabilitation Services Administration 30-P-65112.

    • Michele G. Madonna, RN MA is director of clinical services at the New York City chapter of the national MS society. She is also nurse coordinator of the MS care center at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center.

  • Nancy J. Holland RN MA,

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    • Grant support from the National Institute of Handicapped, G008 006808 and G008 200046, and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, RG 1135-A-4 and RG 1459-A-7, and the Rehabilitation Services Administration 30-P-65112.

    • Nancy J. Holland, RN MA is a clinical coordinator at the Medical Rehabilitation Research and Training Center for MS, and an associate in the department of neurology at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY.

  • Phyllis Wiesel-Levison RN BS

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    • Grant support from the National Institute of Handicapped, G008 006808 and G008 200046, and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, RG 1135-A-4 and RG 1459-A-7, and the Rehabilitation Services Administration 30-P-65112.

    • Phyllis Wiesel-Levison, RN BS is a nurse specialist-rehabilitation at the above Einstein MS Center.


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