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Multiple Sclerosis

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MS and the Decision to Use a Wheelchair: Is It Time?

MS and the Decision to Use a Wheelchair: Is It Time?

If you’re thinking about using a wheelchair, you’ll need to consider your risk of falls, your core and upper-body strength, and how you want to spend ...
What MS Symptoms Really Look Like Inside the Body

What MS Symptoms Really Look Like Inside the Body

How do you explain the invisible symptoms of MS to people who've never experienced them? This 3D model shows MS inside the body.
How to Choose the Best Wheelchair or Scooter for MS Mobility

How to Choose the Best Wheelchair or Scooter for MS Mobility

Mobility devices can help you get around — and maintain your independence. Use these tips to find the wheelchair or scooter that's right for you.
How to Keep Walking With MS-Related Foot Drop

How to Keep Walking With MS-Related Foot Drop

This common MS complication can make walking difficult. Here’s what you can do to stay active and mobile.
Exercises to Improve Balance for People With Multiple Sclerosis

Exercises to Improve Balance for People With Multiple Sclerosis

Balance problems caused by multiple sclerosis can make walking a challenge, but some simple exercises can help.
How Wearable Activity Trackers Could Improve MS Care

How Wearable Activity Trackers Could Improve MS Care

Wearable devices can help you stick to a fitness routine, but their usefulness for multiple sclerosis may go far beyond that.
8 Steps to Better Walking With MS

8 Steps to Better Walking With MS

Mobility problems are common among people with multiple sclerosis, but there’s a lot you can do to stay on your feet.
How to Keep Bicycling With MS

How to Keep Bicycling With MS

Having multiple sclerosis doesn’t mean you have to give up cycling, but you might need adaptive equipment if balance or weakness is a problem.
Speech Therapy Can Improve MS Symptoms

Speech Therapy Can Improve MS Symptoms

Don’t let difficulty speaking or swallowing lead to social isolation. Get help early from a speech language pathologist.
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