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Many people of all ages and career paths continue to work after being diagnosed with ataxia. Symptoms of ataxia can make working in many environments difficult, however it is important to remember that people with all types of disabilities share the same rights as other job-seekers and employees.What causes ataxic gait?
Common Causes: Ataxic gait. Some of the possible common medical causes of Ataxic gait may include: Wernicke's disease. Cerebellar abscess. Cerebellar hemorrhage. Friedreich's ataxia.What does locomotor ataxia mean?
Locomotor ataxia is the inability to precisely control one's own bodily movements.