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10 Types of Assistive Devices for MS

Content provided by: Better Medicine from Healthgrades

Your MS Toolkit:

When you have multiple sclerosis (MS), symptoms such as fatigue, weakness, and impaired vision can interfere with your daily life. Assistive devices are tools designed to overcome these obstacles. The tools range from electric can openers and easy-to-hold combs to sophisticated computer aids and specially adapted vans. But all share a common purpose: making your life easier.

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Medically Reviewed By: Williams, Robert, MD

Last Annual Review Date: Jan. 23, 2012

Reference: Multiple Sclerosis (MS) section on Better Medicine


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