Dr. Lu meets Tom, who cares for his wife Sarah and is struggling to cope. Sarah has multiple sclerosis and requires a power wheelchair due to limited mobility. Dr. Lu introduces Tom to flotation therapy to help him relax. Then explores what happens to marital relationships when one person becomes the caregiver for the other, and takes Tom and Carol to the top of a mountain in Squamish, BC to find solutions.
Special thanks to Tom & Sarah.
For their support we would like to thank The MS Society of Canada
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