Designing an exercise programme for a participant with MS

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Designing an exercise programme for a participant with MS

Postby JFH » Mon Mar 21, 2005 8:15 am

Though multiple sclerosis can be a challenging health condition both physically and psychologically, research has shown that a person's level of physical fitness, psychological disposition and general quality of life can improve with regular physical activity, strength training, and flexibility exercises. As Johnson says, despite ongoing hopes for a cure for multiple sclerosis, "exercise is universally available and can be readily designed for virtually any level of neurological disability"

That's from http://www.ncpad.org/disability/fact_sheet.php?sheet=187&section=1382. The site is itself interesting but can anyone locate a web link to the Brawner & Schairer, 2000 paper that is referenced on the Disease Pathology page?
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Postby batpere » Tue Apr 05, 2005 5:04 am

Clinical Exercise Physiology

* Author(s): Brawner, C.A., and Schairer, J.R.
* Article: Exercise Physiology Grand Rounds Multiple Sclerosis: Case Report From the Henry Ford Hospital
* Pages: 15-18
* Volume: 2
* Issue: 1
* Year: 2000

Found at http://www.ncpad.org/refs/journals/inde ... 54&letter=

But it looks like it is no longer readily available:

Clinical Exercise Physiology
This journal has been discontinued. However, back issues are still available. If you are interested in ordering a back issue, please contact the Journal Division by sending email to journals@hkusa.com or by calling 800-747-4457 ext. 2990
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Postby JFH » Wed Apr 06, 2005 3:39 am

Thanks bat
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