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MS Views and News To Host 3 Seminars This Month

August 3, 2015

There is a not-for-profit organization helping MS patients around the world by enhancing their knowledge of multiple sclerosis through the internet as well as live seminars. MS Views and News not only makes sure to benefit everyone suffering from the disease, but medical providers, caregivers and family and friends of the patients as well.

During this month of August the organization will be hosting three educational events targeted towards these groups of people in Florida and Alabama. These events will inform their audiences through presentations, videos, articles and featured guest speakers.

On the 4th of August in Davie, Florida at the Signature Grand Hotel, the event “Complementary & Alternative Therapies for Multiple Sclerosis” will be taking place featuring guest speaker Jack Burks. The neurologist will discuss the risks and benefits of alternative therapies and nutrition’s effect on awareness and wellness. Those taking up yoga, or wishing to take part in the activity, should get excited because later on Dr. Patricia Isis and Rosa Santana, certified yoga instructor, will speak about adaptive yoga as well as stress reduction and relaxation techniques.

Still in Florida, the Holiday Inn at Daytona Beach will be the host location of the second event, “MS Medication Landscape” on August 12th. Guest speaker Constance B. Easterling will be present and discuss current treatments as well as their specific uses, adherence, compliance, gait issue and MS relapse.

Shortly following this event, “Managing the Invisible Symptom of MS” will be the last to occur during the month of August on the 26th at Central-Coosa in Montgomery, Alabama. Emily Riser from the Tanner MS Center in Birmingham will be speaking about compliance, adherence, MS relapse and the management of invisible symptoms that are present in the disease like fatigue, memory, depression, main, bladder and vision problems.

 

All events are free but do require registration beforehand which is available to do on MS Views and News’s site here. All of these events start at 5:50 pm and end at 8:30 pm and also include a complimentary dinner of all of the attendees.