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MS and Your Feelings

Written by Allison Shadday, LCSW
Published by Hunter House Publishing

MSAA Book #62

The author is not only a medical/clinical social worker, but was also diagnosed with MS in 1994. Combining her training, professional experience, and personal understanding of the disease, Allison Shadday is able to provide an "insider's guide" to dealing with the emotional ups and downs that accompany MS. This book offers coping strategies and patient stories to address numerous topics including fatigue, cognitive challenges, depression, self-esteem, relationships, and more.

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Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Multiple Sclerosis

Written by Allen C. Bowling, MD, PhD
Published by Demos Medical Publishing

MSAA Book #91

Dr. Allen Bowling has spent many years focusing specifically on complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) and how some of these therapies may provide symptomatic relief for individuals with MS. In this book, Dr. Bowling gives an overview of the many types of popular CAM therapies, along with their potential benefits and/or risks.

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Exercises for Multiple Sclerosis

Written by Brad Hamler
Published by Hatherleigh Press (A "Healthy Living Book")

MSAA Book #43

Brad Hamler is a fitness professional and licensed postrehabilitation specialist who has worked extensively with MS patients. This book is filled with useful photographs illustrating how to perform each exercise safely and effectively. In addition to information on MS, exercise, gait analysis, and different types of training, the author shows you how exercise can reduce fatigue, increase strength, decrease spasticity, improve balance, and provide other benefits.

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