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The Society offers many programs and services to help people affected by MS live their best lives. Find resources in your area to learn, connect, and get support.

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  1. ONLINE Financial Assistance

    Veterans with Multiple Sclerosis

    The National MS Society is collaborating with the Department of Veteran’s Affairs MS Centers of Excellence to support improved care and support services for veterans with multiple sclerosis and their families.

  2. ONLINE Symptom Management

    Vision Problems (.pdf)

    Current therapy for MS-related eye disorders. Discusses low-vision aids. (last updated November 2008)

  3. ONLINE Complementary and Alternative Medicines

    Vitamins, Minerals, and Herbs in MS: An Introduction (.pdf)

    Practical guide to diet supplements for people with MS. Outlines what is and is not known, with references for further study. By Allen Bowling, MD, PhD, and Thomas Stewart, PA-C, MS, JD. (last updated August 2011)

  4. VIDEO Treating MS

    What You Need To Know About Tecfidera® (video)

    What is Tecfidera® (dimethyl fumarate), formerly known as BG-12? Clinical trial findings; Potential side effects. Featuring: Bruce Cohen, MD and Gabriel Pardo, MD. Part one of one: 12 minutes

  5. VIDEO Exercise

    Yoga: For MS and Related Conditions (DVD)

    Who is this tape for? Anyone with limited mobility. This includes people with: Multiple Sclerosis, Mild Arthritis, Chronic Illness or Pain, Post-Polio Syndrome,or Chronic Fatigue. This tape is also for Seniors and anyone with daily stresses as well as people who are overweight or temporarily limited. If aerobics videos are too difficult, but you know that you need to exercise - This is the tape for you!

  6. IN PERSON Exercise

    Adaptive Aquatic Exercise (DC)

    Exercise in the water to help maintain flexibility, build strength, and relax the body. Exercises adapted to all ability levels. Instructor Cynthia Webb-Manley.

    Multiple Dates
  7. IN PERSON Exercise

    Adaptive Chair Yoga (St Marys)

    Adaptive yoga class designed for people with disablities and inabilty to be on the floor.

    Multiple Dates
  8. IN PERSON Exercise

    Adaptive/Seated Yoga (Arlington)

    Adaptive/seated yoga designed for adults with limited mobility, chronic pain or neuropathy. This class emphasizes breathing, gentle stretching & going at your own pace. Instructor Seema Debas.

    Multiple Dates
  9. IN PERSON Exercise

    Adaptive Yoga (Fairfax)

    Slow-paced adaptive yoga practice combining breath work, deep relaxation, and gentle movement to restore strength, range of motion and vitality. Modified for individual needs. Ideal for students with health concerns.

    Multiple Dates
  10. IN PERSON Exercise

    Adaptive Yoga: Chair Poses (Gaithersburg)

    Gentle stretches and modified poses help you gain a working knowledge of yoga and show you how to carry these approaches over into everyday activities. Participants in this class include individuals with MS, back pain, chronic pain, and those post surgery and injury. All explorations and poses are done sitting in chairs.

    Multiple Dates

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