I have a spin bike at home. I have heard swimming is great for MS. I love to weight train with the machines. There is also yoga for MS Cds. I am looking into Prokarin. I'm on ldn now. 99 percent of MSers have gotten no worse on ldn (ldninfo.org), according to the book I read (Up the creek with a paddle).
I took care of an MS patient in a wheelchair for about a year. We went to physical therapy twice a week where she used machines to strengthen her legs. She used small weights for her arms. And she was swimming by the time I left. (Had to come home to take care of Mom).
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