$7.00 USD

Consult your physician, neurologist, and physical therapist, assess your fitness levels, and follow all safety instructions before beginning this or any exercise program. The MSing Link program you are about to begin is physical therapy advice for generic multiple sclerosis symptoms and is not meant to diagnosis or treat any specific person. You should consult a neurologist and physical therapist in your area to determine the best and safest treatment and therapy options based on your specific limitations and needs. It is extremely important that you listen to your body, use common sense, take breaks, and hydrate as needed to avoid overheating and injury and help prevent serious medical conditions, such as pseudo-relapses due to heat intolerance and rhabdomyolysis, a rare but potentially lethal threat impacting people who have not let their muscles adapt to difficult workouts. Only you can know if you are in sufficient physical condition to safely perform this exercise program. If at any time you feel you are exercising beyond your current fitness abilities, or you feel any of your multiple sclerosis symptoms worsening or any discomfort, pain, dizziness, or nausea, you should discontinue exercise immediately and reconsider your use of the program or the particular exercise routine. Certain MSing Link exercises utilize stairs/steps, countertops, chairs, etc. which, if not used correctly, could lead to serious injury. For your safety, you must use any equipment/furniture shown in the workouts only as demonstrated, inspect any equipment/furniture prior to each use and refrain from using any equipment/furniture that appears damaged, worn, defective, or unsafe. Always exercise caution during use to make sure you do not lose your grip or control, such as making sure your hands are not wet or sweaty or the surface you are using is not wet or damp. Also make sure the surface you are using during balance and walking exercises does not move to avoid falling or losing balance. When performing exercises using a step or stairs, make sure your step/stairs are stable, strong enough to hold your weight and does not move. If you do not think you can safely perform exercises with your step/stair, or you do not have a proper step/stair, you should use the modifier exercises to stay safe without the step or stair. Do not substitute any other equipment for a proper exercise step/stair. Improper form or use of equipment can cause serious and permanent injury. Always make sure your exercise area is clear of any obstacles, including pets, children, other people, or equipment not currently in use. If you have any unique or special medical conditions, including Multiple Sclerosis, if you’re pregnant, or if you have a history of knee, ankle, shoulder or spinal (back or neck) problems, you must consult with a competent and reliable physician and neurologist to understand all risks, contraindications and complications of using this program, and receive authorization from them before beginning this program. Failure to do so could result in significant injury to you and others (including, if applicable, your unborn child). By using this program, you assume all dangers, hazards and risks of injury in the use of this program. The MSing Link offers many fitness alternatives if you are prone to or have a history of injuries, or are not ready for a physically demanding workout program. Accordingly, to the extent permitted by law, The MSing Link - Virtual Physical Therapy, will not be liable to any person or entity for any damage or loss caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly by any workouts, advice or any other MSing Link content. All content of The MSing Link is copyrighted and forbidden to be copied, saved, and/or used in any manner without the written consent of Doctor Gretchen Hawley LLC.


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The MSing Link Game Changers

Enroll now & learn how to conquer your life with MS.

What you'll learn:

  • How to reduce fatigue & get stronger through neuroplasticity
  • Specific exercise parameters to improve your strength, balance, & walking
  • Common bad habits that are impeding your success 


What People Are Saying:

Doctor Gretchen is truly an entrepreneur in the field of MS Physical Therapy. I first met her three months ago and it was life changing. I have been active all my life but as someone with 34 years "time in grade" with MS, someone who now uses a rollator, and someone who has transitioned to Secondary Progressive MS, I desperately needed to kick my exercise routine up a notch. And then I was referred to Gretchen. She get's it. She understood everything I questioned. She not only gave me a routine that was acceptable and achievable, but she gave me a new hope of what was possible. Doctor Gretchen was truly a find for me. Her [full program, The MSing Link] is now available 24 hours and has more tools than I ever could have imagined... all without having to leave your home. I can't say enough about this program and suggest you give it a chance. You won't regret.

Susanne C.

Gretchen is professional, knowledgeable, and very caring. I appreciate her knowledge and experience specifically with Multiple Sclerosis patients. She understands how spasticity and fatigue can impact how I move, and knows how to design a program that works for me.

Robert L.

Gretchen is a wonderfully enthusiastic physical therapist specializing in treating MS. She has been helping me where I need help, mostly in walking. MSing Link is her virtual portal where she shares her knowledge. I have learned so much!

Katherine Z.