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Mobility Support Devices for Secondary Progressive MS: Braces, Walking Devices, and More

Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis (SPMS) can cause a variety of symptoms, including dizziness, fatigue, muscle weakness, muscle tightness, and loss of sensation in your limbs.
Over time, these symptoms may affect your ability to walk. According to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society (NMSS), 80 percent of people with MS experience challenges walking within 10 to 15 years of developing the condition. Many of them can benefit from using a mobility support device, such as a cane, walker, or wheelchair.
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It may be time to consider using a mobility support device if you’ve been:
feeling unsteady on your feetlosing your balance, tripping, or falling frequentlystruggling to control the movements in your feet or legsfeeling very tired after standing or walkingavoiding certain activities because of mobility challenges
A mobility support device may help prevent falls, conserve your energy, and increase your activity level. This can help you enjoy better overall health and quality of life.
Take a moment to learn about some of the mobility support devices that may help you stay mobile with SPMS.
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