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Free Access to Experts on MS and Mobility


Have a question on your mind about MS and mobility? Wish you had easy access to an expert who could provide you with the information you need? That chance is coming.

“Maximizing Mobility: Small Changes Make a Big Difference” will be the topic of a teleconference hosted by the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation from 8 to 9 p.m. (EST) Tuesday, March 9th.  In addition to answering your questions, panelists will provide lots of helpful information on easy adaptations you can make to keep moving with MS. Panelists include:

 Jodie Haselkorn, M.D., M.P.H., director of the department of veteran’s affairs at the MS Center of Excellence West in Seattle, Wash. Dr. Haselkorn is also a professor of rehabilitation medicine and an adjunct professor of epidemiology at the University of Washington School of Public Health and Community Medicine in Seattle.

Janet Powell, occupational therapist and associate professor in the department of rehabilitation medicine at the University of Washington. She has more than 20 years of clinical experience working with adults and children with various neurological conditions, including MS. 

If you want to participate, call in directly at (888) 550-5602 and enter 2344 1168. You can also register to get a meeting reminder by phone or by email by emailing editor@msfocus.org or by calling (800) 225-6495, ext. 145.

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