Patient’s static sitting and standing balance improved. Patient is able to stand at the parallel bar and is able to lock his knees when doing so, however, he has limited trunk control and weak upper body so he is not able to stand for long periods of time. Patient’s motor function improved, including ankle, knee, and hip flexion, as well as knee extension.
Patient is able to take assisted steps with the use of a hoist and walking frame. Patient is able to lift his feet by himself and his coordination has improved in both legs, but he requires assistance in foot placement and knee locking.
Patient’s spasms and spasticity are lessened when epidural stimulation device is switched on, but there was no noticeable change in bladder and bowel functions. More feedback needs to be collected on patient’s neuropathic pain.