The course of multiple sclerosis has different forms and is very individual. It is therefore important to adapt the therapy to the current needs of the patient. There are already many medications for MS on the market, but an indispensable part of treatment, independent of pharmacological or dietary measures taken, is physiotherapy.
Rehabilitation should be aimed primarily at maintaining good physical fitness. In my patients, I try to detect as early as possible, sometimes very discreet weaknesses in a particular muscle group. This can help prevent or slow down the development of adverse changes in the musculoskeletal system or fascia. The result of a well-chosen therapy is maintaining activity and quality of life at the highest possible level.
By the way, I suggest you check with your physiotherapist the strength of your hamstring and gluteal muscles. :-)