Dealing with MS disability can be difficult, due to the often severe loss of mobility caused by this autoimmune disease. Handling varying levels of Multiple Sclerosis disability is possible through medications, physical therapy, and support groups. There is actually a Multiple Sclerosis disability scale to determine the severity of a person’s disabilities and it is called the EDSS or the Expanded Disability Status Scale. This system assigns a number – 1 thru 10 – to a specific level of mobility. Number one on the scale is assigned to a person showing no signs of disability at all. 2 and 3 are associated with minimal and moderate signs of disability, respectively. A person who is only able to walk about 500 meters without aid and then needs to stop to rest is at number 4 on the scale. By the time a person is assigned a number 7…