How can wheelchairs or scooters help with multiple sclerosis (MS)?
Wheelchairs or scooters can give you more freedom to go where you need to if it’s getting harder for you to get around on your own. They’re usually best if you have serious fatigue, are very unsteady on your feet, or you fall sometimes.
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