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How can occupational therapy help treat multiple sclerosis?

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Occupational therapy can help people with multiple sclerosis (MS) stay active in daily life. It can teach you how to improve skills, find new ways to complete tasks, or learn how to use handy equipment. That can make your everyday life easier and more enjoyable.

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National MS Society: ''The Role of Rehabilitation in Managing MS.''

Reviewed by Richard Senelick on May 9, 2017

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National MS Society: ''The Role of Rehabilitation in Managing MS.''

Reviewed by Richard Senelick on May 9, 2017

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