Changes in gait kinematics with exercise in multiple sclerosis and minimal neurological disability

Takeaway

  • Using the analysis of gait kinematics, exercise-induced gait changes were objectively measured in people with multiple sclerosis (MS) with minimal neurological disability and stable disease.

Why this matters

    Currently there are no evidence to support whether exercise-induced gait deterioration occurs in people with MS with minimal neurological disability.

    An objective measurement of this in these individuals may allow detection of early disease progression.