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Yoga as an Experimental Intervention for Individuals with MS

The purpose of this research study is to compare the effect of two different treatments on thinking skills in individuals with MS. The two treatments include a group-based yoga program and a one on one computerized program designed to improve how well individuals with MS can think and pay attention for long periods of time. 


The study lasts 14 weeks. Participants complete initial baseline testing (4-5 hours) and are then enrolled in either a group-based yoga training group or a one on one computerized brain training. Each group meets twice a week for 12 weeks (24 sessions). Participants also complete follow-up testing (4-5 hours).


Inclusion Criteria
  • Individuals aged 18-65.
  • Diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
  • Able to walk either independently or with the assistance of a cane or walker.
  • Able to stand unsupported for 5 minutes.


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