- •The FES-I cutoff score of 35.5 differentiates people with MS based on fall history.
- •FES-I was associated with quality of life, disability, functional mobility and dynamic balance in Iranian people with MS.
- •FES-I discriminates between different MS groups based on physical capacity.
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The study was performed at a referral center of Iranian multiple sclerosis society.
This research did not receive any specific grant or financial support.