Exercise for Multiple Sclerosis: Clinical Effectiveness


( Last Updated : February 24, 2020)
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Completed
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Project Number:
RA1090-000

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Question


  1. What is the clinical effectiveness of whole-body vibration therapy for patients with multiple sclerosis?

  2. What is the clinical effectiveness of the McKenzie Principle for patients with Multiple Sclerosis?

  3. What is the clinical effectiveness of weight-based training for lower body extremities for patients with multiple sclerosis?


Key Message

One overview of systematic reviews was identified regarding the clinical effectiveness of whole-body vibration therapy and weight-based training for lower body extremities for patients with multiple sclerosis. Additionally, two systematic reviews (one with meta-analyses) and two randomized controlled trials were identified regarding the clinical effectiveness of whole-body vibration therapy for patients with multiple sclerosis. Moreover, three systematic reviews (two with meta-analyses), three randomized controlled trials, and one non-randomized study were identified regarding the clinical effectiveness of weight-based training for lower body extremities for patient with multiple sclerosis. However, no relevant literature was found regarding the clinical effectiveness of the McKenzie Principle for patients with Multiple Sclerosis.


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