Endurance and Respiratory Training, an Approach to Delay the Symptomatic Progression in Multiple Sclerosis - A Case Report
Keywords:Multiple Sclerosis, Endurance Training, Respiratory Training, Neurological Condition
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease which is inflammatory in nature and shows gliosis and
demyelination which lead to acute and chronic symptoms impairing the quality of life due to disability.
Presence of immune-mediated response in Central Nervous System leads to the above presentation. MS
is the most common condition of CNS which causes disability. Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis consists
of treating the exacerbations along with slowing the disease process and including symptomatic therapies.
The most invalidating symptom in people with MS is Fatigue. This case reports shows the effectiveness of
endurance and respiratory training towards the delaying the progression of symptoms in MS.
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