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Multiple Sclerosis Treatment: The Success Story of Ana Elena at Movex Clinics Bilbao

Tratamiento Esclerosis Múltiple (EM): El Caso de Éxito de Ana Elena en Movex Clinics Bilbao

Yesterday, on World Multiple Sclerosis Day, we shared the story of Ana Elena, a patient at Movex Clinics Bilbao. Her experience with this disease demonstrates how proper support and innovative technologies can improve the quality of life for those living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Below, you can listen to the recorded interview as a podcast episode.


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ESCLERÓSIS MULTIPLE - CASO DE ÉXITO ANA ELENA EN MOVEX CLINICS BILBAO

Ana Elena's Experience with Multiple Sclerosis

Ana Elena was diagnosed with Progressive Multiple Sclerosis in 2015. Since then, she has seen significant changes in her physical abilities, going from being completely independent to needing help with daily tasks. "My son helps me with things like putting clothes in the washing machine or hanging them out," Ana Elena notes, emphasizing the importance of family support in her daily life.


Discovering Movex Clinics Bilbao

In her search for new ways to manage her disease, Ana Elena found Movex Clinics Bilbao online. "I saw they had exoskeletons, and since I like to try everything, I decided to go," she explains. Her experience at Movex has been positive, although not without challenges. A significant setback occurred when an infection hospitalized her, interrupting her progress.


Technological Innovations at Movex

Carlos Fernández Isoird, CEO of Gogoa, notes that the company is developing new technologies to improve the usability of exoskeletons for MS patients. "We are introducing new operating modes that include a system of sensors in the insoles that detect movement intention and help the patient develop their gait," Carlos says.

Ana Elena has shown interest in participating in these innovations. "Count on me to try it," she affirms.


Combined Treatments for Recovery

Sara García, coordinator at Movex Clinics Bilbao, highlights the combination of intensive treatments and advanced technology in patient progress. "The use of the balance platform and virtual reality has been fundamental in Ana Elena's recovery of movement and coordination. Although her progress was temporarily halted, we continue to work for her to keep advancing."


Looking to the Future

At Movex Clinics Bilbao, we strive to provide innovative solutions that improve the quality of life for our patients. Ana Elena's story demonstrates how technology and proper treatment can make a significant difference in managing Multiple Sclerosis.


Conclusion

On this World Multiple Sclerosis Day, we reaffirm our commitment to continue developing and offering innovative treatments. Ana Elena's experience at Movex Clinics Bilbao shows that with the right support and the right technology, it is possible to improve the quality of life for people with MS. At Movex, we continue to work to offer the best solutions to our patients, helping them live more independently and satisfactorily.

To listen to the full interview, you can access the audio below and enjoy this podcast episode where Ana Elena shares her story and her experience at Movex Clinics Bilbao.

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