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  • Writer's pictureJulie Manley

Exercise fights fatigue and depression in people with multiple sclerosis

There is an overwhelming amount of research to support the importance of exercise in people with neurological conditions. Our therapists can make an exercise plan suited to your abilities and your goals. We can progress your exercises in 1:1 sessions or within a class environment. Either way, call us to get started.

"Findings suggest that exercise improves patient’s overall fitness and psychological health, even in the absence of significant alterations in body weight, thereby supporting the use of physical activity as a therapeutic intervention to minimize depression and fatigue in MS."

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Celia Olson
Celia Olson
27 abr 2022

I was diagnosed in 1996, before symptoms started. I am a pianist, suddenly unable to open my hands wide enough to get 8 keys. Nobody in my family had MS, nor my grandparents. Last year a cousin younger than me had MS, she is 40. I have primary progressive MS. I do not walk for the last 18 years, I was born in 1962. I have had 6 strokes and 1 heart attack.The Rebif (beta-1a) did very little to help me. The medical team did even less. After roughly five unending years of trauma in the family my MS developed into progressive. There have been many changes in the last 3 to 4 years. Many falls, many fractured bones, and…

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