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Yoga for Multiple Sclerosis Patients

























There are 400,000 cases of Multiple Sclerosis in the U.S. but a doctor and a yoga instructor in Great Falls are trying to help those with the disease in an alternative way a special yoga class for those suffering from M.S.

Multiple Sclerosis is a disease where the immune system attacks the protective nerve covering, eventually causing the nerves to deteriorate. There is currently no cure for M.S. but Pam Quinn a yoga instructor at Yoga Health and Wellness in Great Falls has created a class for MS patients

Joan Yoder was diagnosed with MS when she was forty years old. She comes to Pam's class every Monday and  has seen improvements both mentally and physically.
 
Doctor Dennis Dietrich a neurologist recommends this yoga class to his patients because of the benefits that have been studied by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

There are currently eleven medical treatments for MS and researchers are working to find a cure.

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