Walking Aids for Multiple Sclerosis Patients

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This video from Dulci Hill addresses the topic of walking aids. Many multiple sclerosis patients may feel unstable or fatigued when walking and using a cane, wheeled walker or mobility scooter may help to provide stability, aid balance and help you to get around and keep your independence.

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Dulci takes us through various walking aids and explains how they can each be used for different situations. She explains how best to use a walking cane, when a wheeled walker may be more preferable and how a mobility scooter can be used to conserve energy in places where you may have to walk a lot–such as in a shopping mall or grocery store.

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