Sensorimotor neuroplasticity and walking aid training in people with multiple sclerosis

Takeaway

  • In people with multiple sclerosis (MS), participation in a multicomponent walking aid program was associated with supraspinal sensorimotor neuroplasticity.

Why this matters

  • Functional connectivity is significantly influenced by locomotor rehabilitation in people with MS and more work is needed to fully assess neurorehabilitation-related changes in brain structure and function.