b'ContributorsCherie Binns has been a registered nurse since 1973. In 1994 she was diagnosed with MS, and received her MSCN certification nine years later. For the past 15 years, Cherie has operated a home-based patient advocacy business helping people identify the questions to be asked of their healthcare team. She serves as a member of the MS Lived Experience Advisory Panel for MS Focus, and is the Patient Healthcare Liaison for the organization.Ted Brown, is a board-certified member of the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He is the director of Neurorehabilitation at the MS Center at Evergreen, Evergreen Hospital Medical Center in Kirkland, Washington. His clinical emphasis is on maximizing function and mobility for patients with MS. His research interests are in clinical trials and rehabilitation interventions for MS. L. Rebecca Connell, a certified integrative mental health professional and licensed clinical social worker, teaches Nourish Your Mood: Meditation and Eating with the Brain in Mind and Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction. As a couples therapist certified in the Gottman Method, she specializes in anxiety and chronic pain, drawing on the latest evidence-based approaches including mental health nutrition and eating meditation.Adrienne DeBerry is a clinical specialist in Ambulatory Care at UF Health Jacksonville. She is double board-certified in ambulatory care pharmacy and specialty pharmacy, and serves as a preceptor and mentor to pharmacy students from the University of Florida College of Pharmacy. DeBerry has practice experience in various areas of pharmacy including neurology, specialty pharmacy, and pain management. She is passionate about medication education and provides pharmacotherapy consultation and education for the healthcare team.Stefanie DiCerrado received a Ph.D. in physical therapy from Hunter College, N.Y. in 2014. She is the owner and physical therapist of DiCarrado Physical Therapy, in New York, N.Y. Her previous research involved a framework of neurologic fatigue, effects of fatigue in individuals with multiple sclerosis as related to clinical interventions, knowledge translation in neurologic education, and the use of different motor control cues to facilitate lumbar multifidus activation. She is currently studying to become a certified manual physical therapist through the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy.Joanne Fortunato is a retired computer technology teacher in Venice, Fla. Diagnosed in 2006, she uses technology to cope with the many difficulties MS can present. She is a frequent contributor to MS Focus Magazine, using her technology education background to help others with MS. Contact Joanne at jfortunato1012@yahoo.com. msfocusmagazine.org 4'