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Patient videos

Living with MS can be challenging at times, for both patients and family members. It’s always good to know you are not alone when dealing with issues concerning MS, and often it helps to hear directly from patients about their own experiences.

Below you will find a series of patient videos which provide a first-hand account of the issue of mobility impairment in MS. The result is a unique insight into the real lives of people with MS and an opportunity to understand how they manage the challenges of mobility impairment.

Maren

Maren

1st February, 2012

Before Maren was diagnosed with MS, she played professional ice hockey for her national team. She has now taken a new career direction by making a living as an artist, but she still pursues her ice… View video
Conni

Conni

1st February, 2012

Conni lives with her husband and their son. She was diagnosed with MS in 1997. Since her diagnosis she has been determined to lead a normal life, doing all the things she wants to do and remaining… View video
Martina

Martina

1st February, 2012

Martina was diagnosed with MS at the age of 20. She lives with her husband and two adult children, and despite her illness, still does a lot of the housework where she can. View video
Susanne

Susanne

1st February, 2012

Susanne is a political scientist and since 2001 has worked as a freelance PR advisor. She works from home and organises her day in manageable portions – everything from running the household… View video
Julie

Julie

1st February, 2012

Julie currently lives with her dad and enjoys all the things young women do – going for coffee, shopping, seeing friends. She is close to her mum and aunt, whom she regularly sees. Since… View video
Gerrard

Gerrard

1st February, 2012

Gerrard follows a daily routine to keep himself motivated and active. He gets up, tidies the house and goes out to buy his everyday essentials. He loves to play pool and often meets his friends at… View video
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