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Mobility Devices for People With MS

A Helping Hand for Your Feet:

Walking problems are the most common disability in people with multiple sclerosis (MS). Within 15 years of diagnosis, half of MS patients need some assistance getting around. Fortunately, if you're in this group, there are a wide range of devices to help you stay mobile and active. Read on for a quick look at your many options.


Medically Reviewed By: Williams, Robert, MD

Last Annual Review Date: Jan. 23, 2012

Reference: Multiple Sclerosis (MS) section on Better Medicine

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