Management of Daily Skills: Hand and Face Exercises

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Scleroderma is a rare autoimmune condition whereby the body produces too much collagen, which presents widespread symptoms in different parts of the body.

Learn more about the main areas of the body affected by scleroderma.

In this Scleroderma Foundation video, Janet Poole, Ph.D. talks about some exercises scleroderma patients can do to improve function and movement of the face, mouth and hands.

Also, learn more more about alternate technologies and assistive devices that can help patients exercises these areas of the body more efficiently.

Meet several scleroderma patients who talk about their experiences with scleroderma, and how it affects their everyday life.

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