Flavia Nelson, MD
An MS specialist discusses ways to overcome language and culture barriers in caring for patients.
Mitzi Joi Williams, MD &
Mary Hughes, MD
A discussion on the impact of MS in the African-American community.
Mary Ann Picone, MD
A talk about staying well as the years go by.
Patty Bobryk, MHS, PT, MSCS, ATP
A clinician discusses ways for people living with MS to successfully navigate their community or traveling with an overview of patient rights and accessibility laws.
Kathleen Costello, MS, CRNP, MSCN
A clinician discusses the necessity and importance of self-advocacy and offers effective self-advocacy strategies for people living with MS.
Mitzi Joi Williams, MD
A neurologist discusses considerations for MS patients who want to have children, as well as how menopause affects women living with MS.
Denise R. Bruen, ANP-BC, MSN, RN
A discussion of common comorbidities in people living with MS and the importance of differentiating between signs and symptoms of MS versus another chronic disease.
Dori Cohen, MS, OTR/L, MSCS
An occupational therapist discusses ways people with MS can succeed at work with energy-conservation tips and modifications.
Elizabeth Kunzelman BSN, RN
A discussion about considerations that young adults living with MS face as they get ready to leave the nest.
Amanda “Iris” Vercoe RN, MSCN, BSN, CNRN
A neuroscience nurse discusses special considerations for dating while living with MS.
Lisa M. Fox, PA-C, MPAS
A discussion of the impact COVID-19 has had on people living with MS, and changes from the COVID era that may continue after the pandemic ends.
Rachael Stacom, MSN, ANP-BC, MSCN
A discussion of special considerations for millennials who are living with MS, including best approaches for communication and disease management.
Robert Shin, MD, FANA, FAANand Lindsay
A neurologist and his patient discuss how they have worked together to plan for her pregnancy, including information about considerations for those living with MS and family planning.