Could Pilates have cognitive benefits as well as physical?
3 May 2016
This research study looks at clinical Pilates for people with MS to see if it can improve cognitive and other symptoms as well as physical functions.
How common is daytime sleepiness in people with MS?
26 April 2016
This study determines how common and how severe daytime sleepiness is in people with MS.
Using the imagination to practice walking movements: could it improve walking and fatigue?
18 April 2016
This study combines rhythm cues from music or a metronome and motor imagery to see if they had any effect on walking in people with MS.
Pelvic floor training and electrical stimulation to treat bladder symptoms in women with MS
5 April 2016
Find out more about research investigating how effective electrical stimulation treatments are for bladder symptoms in women with MS already doing pelvic floor training.
Can exercise increase brain protecting molecules in people with MS?
21 March 2016
Investigating levels of the brain repair molecule BDNF after a long term exercise programme in people with MS.
Could low vitamin D during pregnancy increase the chance of the child developing MS?
14 March 2016
This study looks at levels of vitamin D during pregnancy to see if low levels increased the risk of the child developing MS.
Could virtual reality help improve balance in people with MS?
7 March 2016
Study comparing a virtual reality system with conventional exercise balance training in people with MS - MS Trust research update
Which leisure activities can help memory in MS?
29 February 2016
This study investigates if doing leisure activities such as reading, art and games were related to better memory in people with MS.
Encouraging results from ozanimod drug trial
18 February 2016
Ozanimod is a drug that works in a similar way to Gilenya (fingolimod) but with fewer side effects according to recently published research.
Supporting the children when a parent is diagnosed with MS
15 February 2016
A study looks at the needs of children where one parent had been diagnosed with MS, to make it easier for a child to cope.
Variations in walking pattern increase the risk of falling in MS
8 February 2016
A study investigates if there was a relationship between walking variations and the risk of falls in people with MS.
Can taste be affected in MS?
1 February 2016
A study finding people with MS have problems identifying sweet, salt, bitter and sour tastes.
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