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Improve MS Patients’ Mobility With These Foot Exercises


This video from the Koppele Method focuses on foot exercises for patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). These exercises can help improve mobility and help patients to strengthen the muscles in their feet and legs.

Did you know that treadmill exercises can benefit MS patients? Read more here.

Meghann Koppele is a Pilates specialist who dedicates her life to the Koppele Method: a comprehensive and collaborative exercise technique that combines traditional and contemporary Pilates with a deep understanding of anatomy and biomechanics to create the ultimate workout.

These types of exercises are specially designed for patients with MS, with whom Meghann has been working for many years. In this video, you can learn more about the Koppele Method, some beneficial foot exercises as well as how to perform them.

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

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    • Gael Hepworth says:

      Amazing alternative to help stretch and strengthen muscles used every day by normal people. Walking is such a mindless function we seldom pay attention to what muscles are working to steady our balance. Thank you for designing these exercises. If you cannot “execute” them, please visualize them with a mirror as Meghann suggests. The power of your mind to change your behaviour is exceptional. I did not walk in 6 months, it took 2 years – Thank goodness I did not KNOW Medicine or I would not have tried and recovered from full right side paralysis. My son was 10 months old – he will be 30 next March. I am so grateful, I did not know it was time to give up… and I had a complete recovery!
      The plastic brain is a powerful thing…

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