There are various treatment options available for people with paralytic abasia. While many of the causes have no cure, it may be possible to improve symptoms. Physical therapy can help people with paralytic abasia maintain as much muscle strength and movement as possible. Occupational therapy can also help people adapt their daily activities to manage the condition. Many people require mobility aids such as wheelchairs or leg braces to get around and maintain independence.
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