MS Focus Lending Library

There is a great deal of helpful and inspirational material about MS available today. At MS Focus, we understand that not everyone has access to the wide range of resources out there. That is why we maintain a Lending Library, where books, DVDs, and CDs are all available for loan -- at no charge to you -- through the mail. Items can be sent across the United States, so, no matter where you live, you can benefit from these materials.

You may request as many items for loan as you wish. Requested materials will be sent one item at a time.  When a returned item is received by MS Focus, the next requested item will be mailed to you, if available.  Some items may have a waiting list. To verify availability of an item, call 888-MSFocus (673-6287) or email library@msfocus.org.

SelfHelp

Mayo Clinic On Managing Incontinence

Mayo Clinic
This easy-to-understand and detailed guide to the causes of incontinence has what you need to know to get relief and enjoy a better quality of life...
TraditionalMedicine

Multiple Sclerosis A New Journey

Richard C. Senelick, MD
Today, the mystery of MS is rapidly unraveling-with new disease-modifying medications. INside this easy-to-understand, cross referenced, and compas...
LegalInsurance

Employment Issues and MS (LARGE PRINT)

Rumrill - Hennessey - Nissen
Focuses on the employment issues relevant to MS. With contributions from authorities in medicine, vocational rehab, and law, the Americans with Dis...
Exercise

Breathe Better, Feel Better

Kent
Offers exercises and routines and also includes guidance on breathing for sports, strenuous physical work, singing, and protecting your voice.
AlternativeMedicine

The Trigger Point Therapy Workbook

Clair Davies ,NCTMB
Trigger point therapy is one of the most intriguing and fastest-growing bodywork styles in the world. Medical doctors, chiropractors, physical ther...
Diet

The Gold Coast Cure

Andrew Larsen M
The 5 Week Health and Body Makeover, a Lifestyle Plan to Shed Pounds, Gain Health and Reverse 10 Diseases.
Educational

The Puzzle of Multiple Sclerosis from 1868 to 2013

Ted Nolan Thompson
This book traces multiple sclerosis (MS) first described by London physician Robert Hooper in 1828 to confirmation as a separate disease entity by ...
SelfHelp

Coping With Chronic Illness

Miller
Nurses' perceptions of persons with long-term health problems in a way that emphasizes patient and family power resources. The book includes nursin...
Inspiration

Growing Up with MS

Richard C Snyder
MS is a disabling disease, its cause still a mystery. Find out how a young man, not yet out of high school, learned to not just cope with its unpre...
Inspiration

Voices of MS

MS people
This book has dozens of stories by people with MS.
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