Sunday, October 26, 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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According to the National MS Society about 2/3 of people with MS have walking difficulties. Problems walking interfere with working outside the home, traveling, attending significant life events, and even performing daily activities. Problems are aggravated by fatigue that is experienced by 80% of MSers. All of these can be alleviated by using…

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bethr777, Community Member, commented on Can I play tennis again? Part 1 I, too am a serious tennis player, who was recently diagnosed, although I believe I've…

10/23/14

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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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