Webinar How To Get More Energy And Keep It 2022

Fatigue: How to Get More Energy and Keep It Up


Stephanie Nolan, OTR/L & Kathy SanMartino, PT, NCS, MSCS, CLT, ATP

Make the most of each moment! By understanding the unique factors that influence MS fatigue, you can learn to use your energy wisely, increase your overall energy, and sustain a higher energy level. Join this webinar to learn how.

Jan Diet And Nutrition Webinar 2022

5 Tools to Help You Achieve Your Diet & Nutrition Goals

You might already have success with certain aspects of a healthy diet, but often, there are still some specific areas that we can improve upon. Your doctor might have identified these focus areas for you, or they may be based on how different foods make you feel.
Whether it’s achieving a healthy BMI, lowering your cholesterol, getting enough nutritious food for your activity level, or any other goal, here are five tools to help!

Webinar Overcoming Barriers To Walking And Moving 2022

Mobility: How to Overcome Barriers to Walking and Moving


Gretchen Hawley, PT, DPT, MSCS
Samantha Balistreri, PT, DPT

Falls, fatigue, foot drop... sound familiar? MS presents many mobility challenges, but you can find ways to fight back and adapt! In this webinar, learn how to address the physical and emotional challenges keeping you from staying active and independent.

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Diet & Nutrition: How to Eat Well with MS (and Actually Enjoy It)


Kathleen Costello, CRNP, MSCN
Kathleen Togneri, NC, RYT

There are many myths and hypotheses about the effects of food on MS. If you are setting a goal to eat well in the new year, join this webinar to learn the latest about nutrition for MS. We’ll share research, recommendations, and ideas for meals that are delicious and good for you.  

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Finding the Best Activity for You

Depression and anxiety are very common symptoms that people living with MS can experience. 20% of those with MS experience these symptoms as compared to 5% of the general population. Meanwhile, living with MS is stressful. All of these factors can make it difficult to stay in a good mood. Thankfully, exercise is a proven way to feel better, boost your mood and combat depression and anxiety.

Webinar Understanding Stress

Managing Stress: The Power of Detachment and Recovery from Overload

Have you felt stretched, tired, and exhausted trying to adjust to the changing landscape of work and life since the COVID-19 pandemic began? If so, you might not be alone. There is no “one size fits all” in coping strategies, but these antidotes for long hours, heavy workloads, or conflicting demands of life can help to prevent burnout.

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Staying Physically and Emotionally Well in Winter

Some people may experience a seasonal dip in their mood during the fall and winter months, often referred to as the ‘winter blues.’ As we head into the winter, remember that maintaining a consistent schedule with nutritious meals, exercise, social engagement, and sleep is important to overall health.  

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Multiple Sclerosis Summit on Infections and Immunizations in the Era of COVID-19

Join NeurologyLive®, the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers (CMSC), and Can Do MS for a 90-minute virtual summit where experts in immunology, virology, and neurology discuss infections and MS, the persistence of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, the impact of viral variants, the current vaccine landscape, and DMT guidance in a joint forum tailored for healthcare providers as well as patients and caregivers.

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Fatigue, Pain, Depression, Cognitive Changes: Invisible Symptoms of MS

Can MS be invisible?

With symptoms like fatigue, depression, and cognitive dysfunction, many people with MS are fighting battles that others can’t see. How do you manage these symptoms? Why do they occur? And what do you do when other people are saying to you, “But you look so good!”?

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Emerging Wellness Research: Key Takeaways and Ideas for You


Rosalind Kalb, PhD
Mandy Rohrig, PT, DPT
Kathy Zackowski, PhD, OTR

As we head into the New Year, it’s exciting to look back at the progress that’s been made through MS research in 2021. Participants and their support partners will hear about new developments in MS wellness research, wellness interventions, and rehabilitation strategies.

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Managing Stress


Lindie Schreiner, PTA
Ken Nowack, PhD

The holidays are filled with joy, gratitude, and loved ones…but they can also be stressful.  What do we know about stress and MS and the potential ways to help manage it? 

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Staying Physically & Emotionally Well This Winter


Lucille Carriere, PhD, MSCS
Rosalind Kalb, PhD
Denise Bruen, ANP-BC, MSN, MSCN

We made it to the last quarter of the year!  We’ve taken small steps toward being more in control of our MS and our lives.  But now the days are getting shorter and colder, we may not feel as good, and depression can creep in.  So what do we know about the impacts of winter on our MS, as well as mood, socialization, safety, health, and happiness?  Focus on positive psychology.

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What's New in MS Comprehensive Care ?


Rosalind Kalb, PhD
John Schafer, MD, FAAN

Thanks to continual research, our understanding of MS is always growing.  Learn the latest on this disease, its causes, and ways to build your healthcare team. Plus, find more reasons than ever to feel hopeful about the future.