This study showed that there can be differences in how each leg functions in people with mild multiple sclerosis (MS). Leg differences in this population have been recognized, but there is limited information on how they affect function. Our participants with MS showed few physical signs of leg differences (limping), but during exercise, the differences could be observed. This study strongly suggests that limb selection is important for future studies on exercise and function in people with MS and new research designs should address the issue of potential leg differences.
Volume 50 Number 2, 2013
Pages 215 — 222
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