Sunday, April 20, 2014

Mobility Issues

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When someone mentions multiple sclerosis, the first thought may be a person in a wheelchair.  Though mobility issues are still tied to MS, a wheelchair is not a foregone conclusion.  Learn more about what causes mobility issues and how best to work with limitations, rather than fighting them.

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Lisa Emrich, Health Guide, commented on HANDLING VERTIGO George, Thank you for sharing your experience.  I had not heard of wearing sunglasses to help…

03/28/14

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Carol commented on Multiple Sclerosis Patients at risk for… I developed RLS 20 years ago at age 40.  It runs in my family and I…

03/20/13

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wheeliegirl, Community Member, commented on Americans with Disabilities Act and MS:… You had a good restrant. I remember 4 years ago my family and I had gone…

12/02/12

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Hollyk, Community Member, commented on Dealing with Public Insensitivity… I have to say how sorry I am for the fact that others can be so incredibly…

06/29/12

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