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Aquatic exercise for people with multiple sclerosis
Aquatic exercise provides many potential benefits for people with multiple sclerosis. Professionals who have exercise qualifications are suited to prescribe this form of exercise.

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Ataxia and tremor in people with multiple sclerosis
Ataxia and tremor are common yet difficult symptoms to manage in people with multiple sclerosis - often requiring the involvement of a multidisciplinary team. Early intervention is important in order to address both the functional and psychological issues associated with these symptoms.

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Balance for people with multiple sclerosis
People with multiple sclerosis can develop balance problems as a result of damage to the brain or spinal cord. Finding the best way to manage balance problems in people with multiplesclerosis requires a unique approach for each individual.

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Management of complex symptoms in multiple sclerosis
People with multiplesclerosis can present with a complex range of symptoms. Some of these include dysautonomia (autonomic dysfunction), fatigue, cognitive impairment, and mood disorders. These symptoms must be managed in order to optimise intervention outcomes.

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Pain and multiple sclerosis
Pain in people with multiplesclerosis can be the direct result of demyelination and axonal loss. Other MS symptoms such as spasticity or weakness, as well as disorders that affect the general population, may also lead to pain in people with multiplesclerosis.

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Spasticity and multiple sclerosis
Spasticity is one of the most common physical symptoms experienced by people with multiplesclerosis. Because spasticity can significantly affect motor performance and the activities of daily living among people with multiplesclerosis, appropriate management should be implemented from the time of onset.

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Strength and cardiorespiratory exercise for people with multiple sclerosis
People withmultiplesclerosis can present with a complex range of symptoms. Some of these include dysautonomia (autonomic dysfunction), fatigue, cognitive impairment, and mood disorders. These symptoms must be managed in order to optimise intervention outcomes.

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