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Physical Activity and Exercise: Benefits in Multiple Sclerosis

Presenter: Brian Sandroff, PhD. Dr. Sandroff is a researcher at the Kessler Foundation with specific interest in the effects of physical activity, exercise, and physical fitness on cognition and brain health in persons with MS.

Physical activity and exercise have been found in multiple clinical trials to be beneficial for people with MS – for mobility, strength, endurance, mood and cognitive function. Dr. Sandroff’s presentation focuses on the evidence supporting physical activity and exercise in multiple sclerosis.







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