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Ask any question you want about Multiple Sclerosis and one of our experts will answer it as soon as possible.
We need 9 more people to sign up for the FREE virtual exercise classes you can participate in from your home
Please do something great for yourself today and sign up for a FREE chance to work with Daryl Kucera, who has MS and understands what you are going through and who is an excellent fitness trainer who specializes in programs for people with MS...so bottom line is YOU HAVE NO EXCUSE NOT TO SIGN UP!! :) Take control and fight back at your MS!
If you can run 10 miles this is for you...and if you are in a wheelchair with limited mobility this is ALSO for you)...and you don't even have to leave your home as you just dial in and can do it in your living room...
Please read this blog on the importance of exercise (CLICK HERE)
Drugs aren't going to help you alone...nor is exercise...nor is diet...it is the combination of MANY things that is going to maximize your mobility and health and keeping MOVING is one of the important things! Click on the link below to sign up. Help yourself manage your symptoms through exercise!
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5/15/2016 01:31:00 pm
Finally diagnosed with MS, I find that I have trouble with my balance and I have fallen down hitting my face on the ground, bleeding profusely. This scares me and I am wondering how to exercise when I can't hold onto anything.
5/17/2016 09:16:42 am
Debra ... First of all, I commend you on asking the question re: exercise even while this illness has treated you horribly. I have MS myself, since 2001, and exercise is one of the therapies that helps me immeasurably. First of all, set your exercise environment up so you are protected on all four sides of your body using assistive devices and/or chairs for stability. Even anxiety created by fear of falling can cause your MS symptoms to flair. Regardless if your exercise goal is increased muscular strength, cardio strength or feeling better, there are truly 100s of movements I can educate you on, if you are interested. You're important to me, my friend, and, rather than sending you a LONG message, I'd be glad to help you more directly if you wish.
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