Multiple sclerosis is a complex, highly individualised degenerative neurological condition. There is a wide range of potential impairment presentations, with several significantly affecting an individuals ability to exercise. For example heat sensitivity, neuromuscular fatigue, central fatigue, muscle weakness, spasticity and pain for example. However there has been substantial research published supporting the benefits of exercise for improving these impairments as well as function and quality of life. More exciting is the recent international discussions around the potential of exercises role on neurological protection and promotion of remyelination.
This webinar will cover practical application of how to safely exercise, educated and work with the MS population. Covering details of exercise variety, intensity, durations and repetitions. In specific this talk will discuss the latest research based recommended exercise guidelines for each stage of the MS trajectory.
Presented by Gilly Davy