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Memorial Day Holiday hours: 
CLOSED: Sat May 26 – Mon May 28.  REOPEN Tues May 29. 
Stay safe yet have a little fun!  

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THANK YOU to Captain Joyce Swift and all who braved the weather yesterday, Sat. May 19, to support MSforward and honor those friends whom we lost in 2017 at the annual MSWalk at Werner Park.  Great turnout even in the cold and rain!  Blessings to you all!

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A deep, deep heartfelt THANK YOU to Fusion Medical Staffing for your very generous donations and believing in our mission and programs here at MSforward as part of your Be The Change campaign!  A shoutout to Janelle Baber and your son, Chad,  for this connection with Fusion.  We love you and appreciate your support more than words can express.

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EASE PROGRAM MEDIA COVERAGE     KETV news – MAHA program

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SPECIAL VIDEO:  MSforward Community and Introduction

 MSforward Tele-Fitness!

MSforward offers exercises for Multiple Sclerosis and other Neurological conditions using the latest exercise techniques.  Exercise sessions are supervised and conducted by a Certified Personal Trainer.

Daryl Kucera, the founder and owner of FastForward, was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2001.  He can personally attest to the need for physical fitness to combat the potentially damaging effects of the condition. (see Our Story)

MSforward is:
•A division of FastForward
•Dedicated to a community of health and wellness
•Inspiring people to live an active life and celebrate their abilities

Benefits of Exercise Energy
Laughter          Mental Clarity          Weight Control          Less Stress         Community

Exercise and Multiple Sclerosis
Exercise, once thought as counter-productive to the treatment of MS, has proven to be a vastly effective therapy to combat the potentially damaging effects of the disease.