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  1. What to Expect from Mental Healthcare: A Guide for People with MS (.pdf)

  2. Taming Stress (.pdf)

    Simplifying daily life. Instructions on muscle relaxation, deep breathing, visualization, and more. By Frederick Foley, PhD, and Jane Sarnoff.

  3. Stretching with a Helper for People with MS — An Illustrated Manual (.pdf)

    For individuals who need a helper. Illustrated manual showing range of motion, stretching, and balance exercises for at-home program. By Beth E. Gibson, PT.

  4. Stretching and Range of Motion for People with MS — An Illustrated Manual (.pdf)

    Illustrated manual showing range of motion, stretching, and balance exercises for at-home program. By Beth E. Gibson, PT.

  5. Preventive Care Recommendations for Adults with MS (.pdf)

    A colorful chart detailing the medical tests, vaccinations, and general health and safety rules recommended for all adults with MS.

  6. Multiple Sclerosis and Your Emotions (.pdf)

    How to manage some of the emotional challenges created by MS. By Rosalind Kalb, PhD

  7. Minimizing Your Risk of Falls (.pdf)

    Identifies risk factors for falling and strategies to reduce those risks.

  8. Managing MS Through Rehabilitation (.pdf)

    What rehabilitation can do for mobility, fatigue, driving, speech, memory, bowel or bladder problems, sexuality, and more.

  9. Intimacy and Sexuality (.pdf)

    MS can affect sexuality, both directly and indirectly, but problems can be resolved or minimized. By Rosalind Kalb, PhD.

  10. Exercise as Part of Everyday Life (.pdf)

    Physical activity can be a regular part of staying healthy if you have MS. Includes tips on handling MS symptoms. By Mary Harmon.

  11. Dental Health (.pdf)

    A basic overview of appropriate dental care, routine dental visits and problems, and information specific to people with MS.

  12. Clear Thinking About Alternative Therapies (.pdf)

    Facts and common misconceptions, plus practical ways to evaluate benefits and risks. By Virginia Foster.

  13. Acupuncture and MS: The Basic Facts (.pdf)

    An exploration of what is known and not known about this complementary therapy by Alan Bowling, MD, PhD and Tom Stewart.

  14. Tips for Successful Telemedicine for those Living with MS

    Learn about telemedicine, which is the use of technology to participate in healthcare at a distance, so you and your provider can connect from different locations.

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