Watch Our New Video on MS Relapses

A Closer Look at The Importance of Treating and Managing MS Relapses
featuring Stephen Krieger, MD

Managing the unpredictability of multiple sclerosis is always challenging, especially for individuals with relapsing forms of the disease. When new symptoms appear or existing symptoms become worse, successful management involves accurately defining the relapse and understanding the best method of treatment.

Recognizing the need for additional awareness on this topic, MSAA is proud to announce the completion of its latest educational on-demand video, titled: A Closer Look at The Importance of Treating and Managing MS Relapses.

Watch the latest on-demand MSi video, A Closer Look at The Importance of Treating and Managing MS Relapses, complete with chapter stops on mymsaa.org

Supported by an educational grant from Questcor Pharmaceuticals, this 40-minute video features neurologist and MS expert Dr. Stephen Krieger of Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York City. In this relaxed, conversational-style interview, Dr. Krieger provides:

  • valuable insights into understanding the signs and symptoms of an MS relapse
  • guidance on when to discuss the onset of a flare up with a neurologist
  • a thorough explanation of the various treatment options including steroids and other medications

The video is now available on the Multiple Sclerosis Information (MSi) section of MSAA’s website and also features a downloadable PDF transcript of the program.

To view this new program, A Closer Look at The Importance of Treating and Managing MS Relapses – with chapter stops during the video – please visit support.mymsaa.org/relapsevideo.

To view all of the informative on-demand videos and archived webinars from the MSi library, please visit mymsaa.org/videos.

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Have you seen it?

Back in the day, people would gossip at the water cooler about what happened on the previous evening’s must-see television shows. Nowadays people frequently watch YouTube videos…everything from zany cat antics to learning how to knit baby booties, and if you like what you see, you might forward the link to a friend instead of gossiping face-to-face.

Sometimes listening to a speaker or being able to watch a short clip can be helpful in breaking up information, allowing a person to process and understand what is being discussed. When learning about multiple sclerosis this can most certainly hold true. To help overcome this information overload, MSAA has developed a series of educational videos through our MSi (Multiple Sclerosis Information) program that you can watch on demand and at your own pace.  So, please check out our 36 MSi videos at https://www.mymsaa.org/programs/videos/.

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