Adults With MS Wanted for 12-week Trial Assessing Health Benefits of Tele-exercise – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Adults with multiple sclerosis (MS) and other neurological disorders are being recruited to take part in a 12-week clinical trial that aims to assess the health benefits of home-based tele-exercise — performed while seated — led by the Burke Neurological Institute, in New York, according to an announcement from the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation.

Regular exercise and being physically active are known to have multiple health benefits, such as increasing muscle strength and flexibility, improving the heart’s ability to pump blood, and improving a person’s mental well-being.

Click here to read full article

Font Resize