Posted: 9/16/2021

MS with positive Hoffman's sign and Babinski test

Video Description

This patient was initially sent to PT for altered gait. She has what appears to be some spasticity in the leg and has difficulty dorsiflexing the ankle. She has a 10 year history of mild MS. The Hoffman's Sign and Babinski test should make you suspicious of an underlying upper motor neuron lesion.
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