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Podcast: Multiple Sclerosis and Vets

Our "MS & Vets" podcast series, developed in collaboration with the VA Employee Education System, discusses important issues related to the health and quality of life for Veterans with MS. During every episode you’ll hear subject matter experts weigh in on MS issues and talk about services the VA provides, because every Veteran’s health really does matter. 

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The main page for the "MS & Vets" podcast series is on Spreaker. When you go to the "MS & Vets" Spreaker page, you will see a listing of the podcasts that are available for listening. 

If you would like to receive alerts for when new podcasts are available, you must download one of the apps below and set up your account to receive alerts for the podcast. 

A new podcast will be posted the 2nd Monday of each month.

  1. Amazon Music/Audible
  2. Apple Podcast
  3. Castbox
  4. Deezer
  5. Google Podcast
  6. iHeart Radio
  7. JioSaavn
  8. Pocket Casts
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  11. Spotify
  12. Spreaker

February 12, 2024

Symptoms of MS

Speaker: Andrew Romeo, MD

MS symptoms are variable and unpredictable. The duration and severity of symptoms may fluctuate over time. Most people do not have all the possible symptoms of MS, and no two people have the same combination or severity of symptoms. Join Dr. Andrew Romeo, MD to learn about the symptoms of MS, as well as some methods to manage them. 


March 11, 2024

Vision and MS

Speaker: Kimberly Winges, MD

Vision is very important in almost everything we do, including watching television, reading a book, driving, and many other activities. When MS disturbs vision, it can have a significant impact on quality of life. People with MS can have different kinds of vision problems. Join Dr. Kimberly Winges to learn about vision dysfunction in people with MS and how best to address those symptoms. 


Archive

January 8, 2024: Adaptive Driving and MS
December 11, 2023: Cognitive Rehabilitation and MS
November 13, 2023: Choosing a Disease Modifying Therapy
October 9, 2023: What Causes MS?
September 11, 2023: Occupational Therapy and MS
August 14, 2023: Managing MS Fatigue
July 10, 2023: Caregiver Burn Out and Self-Care
June 12, 2023: Pain and MS
May 8, 2023: How is MS Diagnosed?
April 10, 2023: Seizures and Epilepsy in People with MS
March 13, 2023: Mindfulness Strategies for Healthy Living
February 13, 2023: Spasticity and MS
January 9, 2023: Relapse Management for People with MS
November 14, 2022: Balance and Falls in MS
October 10, 2022: Improving Sleep for People with MS
September 12, 2022: Diet and MS
August 8, 2022: Disability Progression and Aging in MS
July 11, 2022: Complementary and Alternative Therapies and MS
June 13, 2022: Exercise as an MS Therapy
May 9, 2022: Pregnancy and MS
April 11, 2022: Choosing the Best Disease Modifying Therapy for You
March 14, 2022: Home Safety Evaluation
February 14, 2022: Benefits of Outdoor Adventure for People with MS
January 10, 2022: Building Emotional Resilience

December 13, 2021: Fatigue and MS
November 8, 2021: Multi-Disciplinary Care in MS: It Takes a Village

October 11, 2021: The Basics of VA Benefits and Resources

September 13, 2021: Overview of MS Research in the VA
August 9, 2021: Whole Health: A New Model of Healthcare for Veterans
July 12, 2021: Telehealth for Veterans with MS: Getting the Most Out of Your Virtual Visit
June 14, 2021: Vaccines and MS: What You Need to Know

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