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The Art of Symptom Management - MS in the 21st Century

Program 1 - Depression and MS

Johns Hopkins University Professor Adam Kaplin, MD, PhD, presents a lively discussion and slide presentation to an audience of MS patients on understanding and treating depression as it specifically relates to multiple sclerosis and the care partners of those with MS.

Program 2 - Sexuality, Intimacy, and MS

MS-certified nurse Constance Easterling, RN, MSN, presents a lively discussion and slide presentation to an audience of MS patients on the physical and emotional impact MS can have on sexuality, intimacy, relationships, and self-esteem; while providing effective solutions and strategies to maintaining and enjoying a healthy, sexual quality of life.

Program 3 - Gait Mechanics and MS

Expert neurologist Dr. Elliot Frohman presents a lively discussion and slide presentation to an audience of MS patients on a number of MS symptoms, including walking and gait mechanics. In this segment, Dr. Frohman reviews issues of foot drop, poor hip trust, and other common ambulation challenges, followed by suggestions on how to evaluate and treat these conditions.

Last Updated on Thursday, 20 November 2014 11:57