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Living with Multiple Sclerosis

Living with MS is something that nobody would choose. For some people, the diagnosis can provide a sense of relief, as there is finally an explanation for many of the frustrating and sometimes scary symptoms they have been experiencing. But then comes the question – now what?

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Living with Multiple Sclerosis

Living with Multiple Sclerosis

Living with MS is something that nobody would choose. For some people, the diagnosis can provide a sense of relief, as there is finally an explanation for many of the frustrating and sometimes scary symptoms they have been experiencing. But then comes the question – now what?

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Living with Multiple Sclerosis

Living with Multiple Sclerosis

Living with MS is something that nobody would choose. For some people, the diagnosis can provide a sense of relief, as there is finally an explanation for many of the frustrating and sometimes scary symptoms they have been experiencing. But then comes the question – now what?

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Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy (CP) is a lifelong neurological condition that disrupts the development of movement and posture, causing limitations in normal function. CP affects approximately 17 million people across the globe.

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Return to Play after Injury

Return to Play after Injury

Sport-related concussion (SRC) has received increasing attention from the media, researchers, and athletes over the past few years. With the increased awareness surrounding concussions in sport, there has also been an increased amount of diagnosed concussions.

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Vertigo

Vertigo

If you have ever felt like you just came off a roller coaster ride while strolling along a street, driving a car, or simply sitting at a desk, you might have experienced vertigo – a specific symptom of vestibular impairment that can be diagnosed and treated.

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