#ToeArt: who is more or less disabled? What can the toes tell us about the lives of people living with MS? #ToeArt #ThinkHand To find out what these art pieces are about you need to read my earlier post on #ToeArt. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
6 thoughts on “#ToeArt: who is more or less disabled?”
Is the exaggerated flexion of toes seen in most images due to spasticity?
This is so psychedelic
#7 then #4
Horizontal ridge on my left big toe nail keeps growing out and starts growing back again. My left side is my weaker side. I do wonder if this ridge is connected to my MS. I read that horizontal lines on toe nails may be an indication of a serious condition (Not Vertical lines).
…and still not one highly efficacious treatment on the market after all these years to address neurodegeneration, remyelination and neurorestoration in progressive patients to prevent things like this from happening.