Intra-thecal Baclofen pump for treatment of spasticity in Spine Cord Injury (SCI) patient with a multi-disciplinary approach

To control spasticity

Authors

  • Jaime Teran CCPA
  • W. Alsunbul Neuromodulation, Hamilton General Hospital.

Keywords:

Intrathecal baclofen pump

Abstract

Case-Study approach to the treatment of a spinal cord injury patient's spasticity using an intrathecal baclofen pump and a multi-disciplinary team.

Author Biography

W. Alsunbul, Neuromodulation, Hamilton General Hospital.

W. Alsunbul (1), P. Chan (2), A. Chmiel (3), J. Teran Rocha (4), J. Duley (5), MA Van Doorn (6)
1) Neurosurgeon, Hamilton General Hospital. 2) Director of Neuromodulation, Hamilton General Hospital. 3) Physiatrist, Regional Rehabilitation Centre. 4) Physician Assistant Neurosurgery, Hamilton General Hospital. 5) Physiotherapist Neuromodulation program, Hamilton General Hospital. 6) Coordinator Neuromodulation program, Hamilton General Hospital.

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Published

2021-01-25

How to Cite

Teran, J., & Alsunbul, W. (2021). Intra-thecal Baclofen pump for treatment of spasticity in Spine Cord Injury (SCI) patient with a multi-disciplinary approach: To control spasticity. The Journal of Canada’s Physician Assistants, 2(6), 38–40. Retrieved from https://ojs.lib.umanitoba.ca/index.php/jcpa/article/view/883

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Clinical Case Studies