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Coach Trevor from the MS GYM has created some great context to help exercise with Multiple Sclerosis. This video focuses on the KEY SHOULDER EXERCISES. This video focuses on REDUCING SHOULDER SPASTICITY. REMEMBER BGB throughout [More]
Exercising with Multiple Sclerosis can be challenging and frustrating when you cannot bend your knees or hips. This exercise progression is super effective in reducing spasticity and strengthening the muscles that bend your hips and [More]
Exercising with Multiple Sclerosis can be challenging if you have spasticity in your ankle. This series of movements will help to reduce your stiff muscles and joints while improving mobility and balance. If you’re interested [More]
In this video, Linda Radestad and Arjan Kuipers describe a novel more effective way to reduce spasticity. First Arjan explains how going back to basics makes more reduction of spasticity after stroke or brain injury [More]
Download your FREE Spasticity Exercise Guide: https://themsgym.mykajabi.com/pl/3141 Spasticity in the toes and feet can disrupt balance, increase foot drop, and make exercising with MS difficult. This exercise combo is super effective in helping to reducing [More]
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