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Clinical Trial: Behavioral Intervention for Physical Activity in Multiple Sclerosis


Treatment mode of action: To improve health behaviors
Number of Subjects: 320
Medication: Behavioral Intervention for Physical Activity in Multiple Sclerosis
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Institutions: Exercise Neuroscience Research Lab, University of Alabama at Birmingham, School of Health Professions
  Contact Information
Justin McCroskey
(205) 975-1306


National MS Society


The Exercise Neuroscience Research Laboratory at the University of Alabama at Birmingham are currently recruiting for a National MS Society funded research study to compare two behavioral interventions on modifying and self-regulating health behaviors in people who have MS. Participants in this study will have access to a dedicated website on health behaviors and MS as well as a personal health coach to walk through the program with them. 
Inclusion criteria:
•    18-64 years of age
•    Diagnosis of MS
•    Relapse free in the past 30 days
•    Ambulatory with or without a cane
•    Inactive; defined as not engaging in regular activity (30 minutes accumulated per day) on more than 2 days of the week during the previous 6 months
•    Low risk for undertaking strenuous or maximal exercise


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