MS – Just Keep Moving is an organization dedicated to helping people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) face the challenges and issues they encounter with the disease in their daily lives.  Our passion is helping people with MS live through their daily challenges.  We provide an open and sharing community that encourages Learning from and with each other.


Coming Soon – #VirtualBikeMS 2020

A message from the National MS Society:

Covid-19 made a mess of our plans, and we’re disappointed to tell you that Bike MS: Toyota Best Dam Bike Tour can’t happen in person this year, but it’s not all bad news.
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An important note regarding the Corona Virus:

Friends,

As I read and learn more about the Corona Virus, I’m really torn on what do with our group during these confusing times.  This is truly unchartered waters for all of us.  I’m torn because I know how critical it is for us living with MS to exercise and build a healthy immune system with nutrition, proper hydration and sleep.  I know we all need our group to keep each other moving and living our best life with MS.  On the other hand, we don’t know what we’re dealing with when it comes to the Corona Virus. 

It would tear me up if by chance one of us got the Corona Virus and shared it with others.  Unfortunately, until we learn more about what we’re really dealing with, I’m going to put our group on hold starting tomorrow morning.  We’ll still be communicating on a weekly basis through e-mail and we’ll get back together as soon as we feel it’s safe to. 

Dan
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Hear from some of our Friends willing to share their story:

Rick Talbert

When the MS Bike Ride came in August, the furthest I had gone on my trike was 6 miles.  Due to my limited experience, I was very apprehensive when the MS Bike Ride started. Thankfully, I had an awesome team of four very experienced bikers assigned to me for the ride; Jerry Huhn, Jeff Shiroda, Judy Heichelbech, and Becky Thomas.  They would assist and push during challenging portions of the ride and provide positive verbal support during the entire ride. By the end of the day, I had successfully ridden and accomplished the 50 mile route from Waukesha to Whitewater. What an emotional high for me and my team!

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2019-10-02T17:18:59-05:00
When the MS Bike Ride came in August, the furthest I had gone on my trike was 6 miles.  Due to my limited experience, I was very apprehensive when the MS Bike Ride started. Thankfully, I had an awesome team of four very experienced bikers assigned to me for the ride; Jerry Huhn, Jeff Shiroda, Judy Heichelbech, and Becky Thomas.  They would assist and push during challenging portions of the ride and provide positive verbal support during the entire ride. By the end of the day, I had successfully ridden and accomplished the 50 mile route from Waukesha to Whitewater. What an emotional high for me and my team! Read More

Marlene Debuhr

My Experience with MS.


It was about 6-1/2 years ago that someone asked me to come to a MS exercise class, in a room at Dan’s company.


I did not come right away.  When I saw Kathy again, she asked me to come.  It took several times of her asking me, before I came.  I finally decided to come.  I walked through the door and people said “Good Morning.”  I was helped on a bike, and started exercising.  I have never looked back.  The expertise gym has grown by leaps and bounds, with exercise equipment and many more people.

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MS - Just Keep Moving
2020-02-19T17:45:51-06:00
My Experience with MS. It was about 6-1/2 years ago that someone asked me to come to a MS exercise class, in a room at Dan’s company. I did not come right away.  When I saw Kathy again, she asked me to come.  It took several times of her asking me, before I came.  I finally decided to come.  I walked through the door and people said “Good Morning.”  I was helped on a bike, and started exercising.  I have never looked back.  The expertise gym has grown by leaps and bounds, with exercise equipment and many more people. Read More

Chrissy Aukofer

Having MS has turned into a blessing before my eyes. This is my story.

When I was first diagnosed with MS, there was a lot of wondering. Where did all this exhaustion come from? I had cramps in my legs, toes, and more. I was not able to keep up with my regular day. Furthermore, I began suffering from memory loss, loneliness, and depression. I remember having episodes. It was frustrating, not knowing why I was sick, not being able to breathe while walking across a room, and ending up in the ER so often. I spent all my time wishing that the doctors could figure out why I was feeling so awful.

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MS - Just Keep Moving
2020-02-12T17:36:28-06:00
Having MS has turned into a blessing before my eyes. This is my story. When I was first diagnosed with MS, there was a lot of wondering. Where did all this exhaustion come from? I had cramps in my legs, toes, and more. I was not able to keep up with my regular day. Furthermore, I began suffering from memory loss, loneliness, and depression. I remember having episodes. It was frustrating, not knowing why I was sick, not being able to breathe while walking across a room, and ending up in the ER so often. I spent all my time wishing that the doctors could figure out why I was feeling so awful. Read More

Jim Ceman’s Testimony

Being diagnosed with a terminal disease takes your breath away. Your eyes open up and see the world and people slightly different. And they look at you slightly different as well. In Jim’s case he accepted his diagnosis of Multiple System Atrophy with dignity and grace. His smile lights up a room.

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MS - Just Keep Moving
2020-04-08T17:43:23-05:00
Being diagnosed with a terminal disease takes your breath away. Your eyes open up and see the world and people slightly different. And they look at you slightly different as well. In Jim’s case he accepted his diagnosis of Multiple System Atrophy with dignity and grace. His smile lights up a room. Read More
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