Spasticity or spasms are spontaneous, involuntary, uncoordinated reflex movements of muscles, which can occur following spinal cord injury. While some spasticity may be useful, spasms can become a problem and interfere with wheelchair positioning, transfers, and sleeping. When spasticity becomes a problem and cannot be treated adequately with medical management, surgical intervention may be appropriate.
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