Can Do MS is a great organization that has done wonderful things for Multiple Sclerosis patients. We were fortunate enough to be able to speak with Dick Hicks, Ph.D., the former President of Can Do MS this week!
Throughout his eleven plus years with the organization, Dick held adjunct faculty appointments at several universities where he directed and taught graduate students, doctoral, and post-doctoral fellows researching the effects of exercise in persons with Multiple Sclerosis (MS).
In this interview, he speaks with our own Sue Kushner about the effects of exercise on MS patients, and how things have changed over the years:
If you are interested in learning more about how exercise can help MS patients, check out our recent interview with PT Dr. Gretchen Hawley.