Abstract| Volume 99, ISSUE 10, e58, October 2018

Proposed Solutions for Improving Physical Activity from the Perspective of Persons with Multiple Sclerosis

      Physical activity is proposed to be the most important non-pharmaceutical intervention in the management of Multiple Sclerosis (MS).1 However, people with MS are far less active than needed to accrue health benefits.2 This study aimed to investigate the priorities and proposed solutions for improving physical activity behavior from the perspective of persons living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS).
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