Can Exercise Help Ataxia?

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Ataxia is defined as the failure of muscle coordination that generally results in an unsteady gait and balance, limb or eye movements, and/or speech.

Friedreich's Ataxia is named after a German neurologist, Nikolaus Friedreich, who, in 1863, described this rare, inherited disease to the medical community.

Friedreich's Ataxia is also known as familial ataxia, Friedreich's disease, Friedreich's tabes, hereditary ataxia - Friedreich's type, spinal ataxia - hereditofamilial or spinocerebellar ataxia.


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