Q&A With Albert Lo of Brown University: Can Salsa Dancing Help Patients with Multiple Sclerosis?

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One of the biggest concerns about patients with multiple sclerosis is their potential to have movement limited by the condition. Researchers are looking for ways to stop that from happening.

One of the biggest concerns about patients with multiple sclerosis is their potential to have movement limited by the condition. Researchers are looking for ways to stop that from happening.

Albert Lo, MD, PhD, from Brown University discussed this potental alternative therapy option at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers in Indianapolis. Lo said because of the dangers of inactivity finding other options to getting patients moving can be important in helping them maintain overall health.

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