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Gait is another medical word, and it refers to your natural walking stride. You know, your strut. People living with MS may have issues with their natural stride due to a whole bundle of factors: muscle weakness, muscle tightness or spasticity, balance problems, numbness, and fatigue. This can lead to falls, but physical therapy and assistive devices can provide a good line of defense.