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- Health promotion practices in women with multiple sclerosis.
- Multiple Sclerosis and Nutrition
- Resistance Training Improves Gait Kinematics in Persons with Multiple Sclerosis
- Exercise for People with Multiple Sclerosis - Series I
Multiple sclerosis is a chronic, inflammatory disease that affects the central nervous system and causes gradual destruction of myelin (demyelination) and transection of neuron axons patches throughout the brain and spinal cord. Myelin, the fatty material surrounding the nerves, is destroyed, leading to symptoms, such as muscle weakness/paresis/paralysis, spasticity/tremor, and impaired balance, lack of coordination, heat sensitivity, and fatigue.