Multiple Sclerosis and Mobility Issues

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by Wendy Henderson |

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When diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS), many patients worry they’ll need to use a wheelchair. However, many won’t experience severe disability and will not require any mobility aids. Those who do will benefit from the independence and freedom they provide.

Find out how the Rewalk Program is helping MS patients find their feet again.

If you do need a wheelchair or mobility scooter, it can sometimes be difficult to get exactly what you need. In this film from the MS Society, Reggie Greaves talks about the frustrations and difficulties he went through to get a wheelchair that was right for him and his needs.

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Questions to Ask Your Doctor If You’re Newly Diagnosed

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We consulted some of our community contributors at MS News Today and came up with 12 questions people should consider asking their doctors after an MS diagnosis.

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