Love reading your blog. I wanted to reach out to you to see if you know about the latest treatment option for Upper Limb Spasticity (ULS) a side effect many people who suffer from MS deal with.
ULS can occur weeks, months or years after being diagnosed with MS, and can make it challenging to do day-to-day activities, like getting dressed or putting on deodorant. People with upper limb spasticity may have rotated shoulders, flexed elbows, wrists, and clenched fists. Due to upper limb spasticity, arms become tight and are forced up against the body and uncontrollable muscle movements or spasms occur at inopportune moments. The muscles in the elbow, wrist and fingers are uncomfortably tight and stiff.
Now, there’s a new treatment option for Adult Upper Limb Spasticity. Xeomin® (incobotulinumtoxinA) was recently approved by the FDA for use in adult patients suffering from ULS. In clinical studies, treatment with Xeomin for adult ULS resulted in statistically significant clinical improvements in muscle tone, with a safety profile similar to that observed for other Xeomin indications.
We’d love to connect you with a national or local medical expert who can explain the impact of ULS in more detail and how Xeomin works in adult ULS.