I do, however, agree with Harry in that the therapists ought to be aware of the fine line that exists, but rather than set it for the patient, they need to be acutely aware of that line and make adjustments based on the patient's feedback. In other words, coming up with what you should or should not do in terms of effort should be a process of trial and error based on how it makes the patient feel.
robbie wrote:How can exercise be bad for ms other than you getting hot and making it harder for the nerves to fire.
robbie wrote:I think this forum is mostly talking about running and if you are still can at this point i would encouage it. Do you think people should stop running when they still can? When i mentioned heat this can just be sitting in the sun no exercise at all, but sitting in the sun is good right, vitimin D and all.
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