Case Study: Tasneem Hoosain's Journey with Multiple Sclerosis


Tasneem 34 was diagnosed with MS at the age of 19. For the past decade, she has been confined to a wheelchair due to paralysis from the abdomen down. Her paralysis was severe, preventing her from sitting without back support or engaging in functional activities requiring lateral movement without assistance. Furthermore, her legs were rigid and unresponsive, fixed in an immobile semi-foetal position. She had no sensation or control over her bowel and urinary functions, necessitating the use of an external catheter.   


Weekly Sessions since 20 February 2024.  


Following the initial session, Tasneem demonstrated enhanced abdominal strength and stability, enabling her to sit without back or side support. This progress continued to manifest after subsequent sessions, as evidenced by her improved ability to handle objects on the floor with increased dexterity and control in her abdominal area.

After the second session, she began to perceive sensations related to her bowel and bladder functions, allowing some measure of sensitivity to bowl and bladder activity. Additionally, she experienced relief from chronic constipation. By the fourth session, she noted improved flexibility and mobility in her legs, suggesting some level of neural communication had been restored.

Subsequently, Tasneem experienced notable enhancements in strength and mobility, reducing her reliance on caregiver assistance and even undertaking household chores independently. 

Since her last session on Monday, 13 May, she has enjoyed sustained heightened energy and an improved mood. The video above provides feedback from Tuesday, 14 May, Wednesday, 15 May and Friday, 16 May. Her energy levels and mood improvements are sustained ever since, with no indication of the typical post-exertional malaise experienced by autoimmune disease sufferers. This suggests positive developments within her central nervous system, the particular area of immune vulnerability for MS sufferers.

Disclaimer: The above has been feedback from the personal experiences of an individual who have used the KineDek. These accounts are individual to each person and are not to be taken as a guarantee that others will experience the same outcomes. The KineDek is not presented as a cure for any condition. Rather, it serves as an enabler for exercise, particularly for those who may otherwise find traditional forms of exercise challenging or painful. Through its AI-enabled Compensating Resistance Technology (AI-CRT), the KineDek allows individuals to engage in physical activity without perceived pain, strain, or subsequent inflammation. Consequently, users can enjoy the well-documented benefits of "Exercise as Medicine." If you have a serious medical condition, always consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new exercise regimen.

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