Lung Volume Recruitment and MS

Lisa Emrich Health Guide February 06, 2013
  • Respiratory difficulties are a less common symptom of multiple sclerosis.  Problems with breathing may be associated with more advanced disease, however problems can occur at any stage of the disease, even in patients who do not complain of respiratory problems.  Just as weakness of leg and...

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  • Michaelbgerber
    Feb. 06, 2013

     Isn't MS fun? Always something new to discuss. Some new symptom that we had never considered before. I once worked with and occupational therapist who had an MS patient that regained considerable function just by doing breathing exercises. It makes sense. We should all do it.                      ...

    RHMLucky777

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     Isn't MS fun? Always something new to discuss. Some new symptom that we had never considered before. I once worked with and occupational therapist who had an MS patient that regained considerable function just by doing breathing exercises. It makes sense. We should all do it.                                                                                                                                                                What I have not read much about is hearing loss and MS. There is an auditory nerve. How can we learn more about that?                                                          You are the guru, the maven. We know that you know and if not, will find out.   Michael

  • Michaelbgerber
    Feb. 06, 2013

     Isn't MS fun? Always something new to discuss. Some new symptom that we had never considered before. I once worked with and occupational therapist who had an MS patient that regained considerable function just by doing breathing exercises. It makes sense. We should all do it.                      ...

    RHMLucky777

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     Isn't MS fun? Always something new to discuss. Some new symptom that we had never considered before. I once worked with and occupational therapist who had an MS patient that regained considerable function just by doing breathing exercises. It makes sense. We should all do it.                                                                                                                                                                What I have not read much about is hearing loss and MS. There is an auditory nerve. How can we learn more about that?                                                          You are the guru, the maven. We know that you know and if not, will find out.   Michael

  • Michaelbgerber
    Feb. 06, 2013

     Isn't MS fun? Always something new to discuss. Some new symptom that we had never considered before. I once worked with and occupational therapist who had an MS patient that regained considerable function just by doing breathing exercises. It makes sense. We should all do it.                      ...

    RHMLucky777

    Read More

     Isn't MS fun? Always something new to discuss. Some new symptom that we had never considered before. I once worked with and occupational therapist who had an MS patient that regained considerable function just by doing breathing exercises. It makes sense. We should all do it.                                                                                                                                                                What I have not read much about is hearing loss and MS. There is an auditory nerve. How can we learn more about that?                                                          You are the guru, the maven. We know that you know and if not, will find out.   Michael