At NICE we understand that MS is a progressive condition but believe there are many strategies which can be taught to ensure maximum use of the movements the person has; as well as helping to prevent potential secondary problems.

As one part of the body becomes weaker there is a tendency to compensate with another. This may work for a period of time however places an additional strain on the body and reduces efficiency of movement. The impact of this may include secondary movement problems, fatigue and/or loss in confidence. Our sessions can help to reduce this impact and lead an overall improved ability to remain as active as possible; irrespective of the stage of MS. Conductors analyse how the person moves and teaches them how to feel more in control of their movements and use these in their daily life.

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