wheelchair transferring Multiple Sclerosis caregiver transferring from wheelchair to scooter and wheelchair to bed. Caregiving and living with challenges of Multiple Sclerosis. ... spouse caregiver Patrick Leer
Jack Osbourne Interview 2012: Living With Multiple Sclerosis Ozzy Osbourne's son discusses his personal battle with the disease.
Living With Multiple Sclerosis This touching mini documentary is about Dan Powell, an art professor at University of Oregon who is living with MS. We interviewed him and his wife about what they go though to try to keep a normal life.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) Multiple sclerosis is one of the most common neurological conditions among young adults. An MS specialist nurse explains how to recognise early symptoms and where to get help
IS THERE A CURE FOR MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS? ASK A MEDICAL DOCTOR! LIFE SAVING DVDs: DAN'S DONATION LINK bit.ly
Living with Multiple Sclerosis - Cognitive Issues I have cognitive issues, and I know many other people with MS do too. It is very normal so don't worry!
What is Multiple Sclerosis An excellant animation about Multiple Sclerosis.
Multiple Sclerosis: CCSVI and the LIberation procedure; Advocacy for Paolo Zamboni URGENT: IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU LOVE SUFFERS FROM MS, IT IS IMPORTANT TO RESEARCH AND INFORM OTHERS OF THE LIBERATION PROCEDURE AND A DISEASE CALLED CHRONIC CEREBROSPINAL VENOUS INSUFFICIENCY. THIS DISEASE SHOWS STRONG EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE TO CAUSE THE DESTRUCTIVE DISEASE KNOWN AS MS. THE MS COMMUNITY MUST GET THE WORD OUT VIA YOUTUBE, FACEBOOK. MYSPACE, GOOGLE, BLOGSPOT, SKYPE WHATEVER FORM OF MULTIMEDIA NETWORKING POSSIBLE. IF THE MASSES ARE MADE AWARE OF THIS CONDITION AND TREATMENT I BELIEVE MS CAN BE STOPPED. ALTHOUGH PERMANENT DAMAGE CANNOT BE REVERSED AT THIS TIME, MANY PEOPLE CAN BE SPARED A LIFE OF DISABLITY AND MANY OTHERS CAN BE GIVEN BACK FUNCTIONS THAT THEY THOUGHT MAY BE GONE FOREVER. THIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING ANY MS SUFFERER CAN DO TOWARD ENDING THIS DARK AND HORRIBLE DISEASE. I find myself thinking of a line from Muse's wonderful song "Apocalypse, Please"- DECLARE THIS AN EMERGENCY. LET'S SPREAD A SENSE OF URGENCY AND PULL US THROUGH LOVE, MARK
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Multiple Sclerosis Testimonial Multiple Sclerosis Testimonial Nature's Botanical Pharmacy Robert Morse, ND http
Life After MS (Multiple Sclerosis) Multiple Sclerosis (MS) featuring Cognitive Dysfunction. Example of MS brain fog around minute 4:30. Follow Nicole:
Stem Cell Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis (MS patient)
Interview with Greg Cooper From the film documentary: "The Union: The Business Behind Getting High" I found this scene to be very moving and inspirational, as well as informative. It gives a good perspective on how the "Drug War" in the United States is not just a crime, but not a victimless crime either. Greg Cooper is a medical marijuana patient with Multiple Sclerosis and Ataxia who shows that marijuana has very obvious medical uses. For those of you that don't know, Multiple Sclerosis is an autoimmune disease that causes the bodies immune systems to attack the patients central nervous system (including the brain, and the spine), causing tons of major and painful symptoms, among shown here are severe pain, twitching, and muscle spasms. This is a broad definition and you can learn more about it by following the links below. Show this to your friends, and encourage them to buy the full length film. I take no credit for any of this, all I did was cut this out and put it in between some text, lol. Links You SHOULD Click On Another MS patient named Tim Timmons can be found here on YouTube, and he spreads the word that needs to be spread. Awareness is power, and my heart goes out to this man for his courageous acts to defend the freedom of himself and his fellow Americans. A means to end suffering should NEVER be criminalized. Official web page of the film: Official film trailer: To learn more about Multiple Sclerosis The Symptoms ...
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What it's like having MS ( Multiple Sclerosis) Everyone with MS goes through different things, this is an explanation of what I go through, and maybe to show you what many others go through also?
The Paleo Diet and Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Part 1/7 To get started, take a look at these delicious Paleo Diet recipes: bit.ly I was able to successfully stay on the Paleo Diet long term with this amazing cookbook.
Living with Multiple Sclerosis - Showing A Relapse - Staying Positive! Lauren Parrott describes what it is like to have MS while experiencing a relapse.
Stem Cell Implications for ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) At Johns Hopkins, researchers and doctors are working together to explore the impact of stem technology on ALS. The Robert Packard Center for ALS Research at Johns Hopkins has helped uncover new genes for familial ALS, researched nerve repair, worked actively on genetic risk factors, developed a variety of animal models for testing therapies, explored ALS biology, advanced stem cell therapy, and researched ways to counter muscle atrophy.
Healed from Multiple Sclerosis and psoriasis! Today's video is with a fellow who lost 60 lbs and got healed from Multiple Sclerosis and psoriasis on a raw food diet!
VLog - Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms This video is a list of the symptoms I have had in the past or currently have. This list does not include anything beyond what is listed in my Medical Records from June 2006-March 2009. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask but please remember I am not a medical professional and everyone with Multiple Sclerosis has a different range of symptoms. If you believe you have MS, please consult a professional. Symptoms Include: - Slurred speech (dysarthria) - impaired balance, especially when turning to the right - abnormal gait (leg dragging mostly) - clumsiness in right arm and right leg - numbness in left arm and right leg - optic neuritis (double and blurred vision, made better with ***ing my head a certain direction but when standing normal with head normal made me very dizzy) - dizziness which lead to constant vomiting - problems with thoughts (could think of what to say but the process from thought to speech was impaired) - intermittent nausea and vomiting - numbness on right side of my face - vision issues as described above also later included light sensitivity which caused migraines - double vision turned into vision that made everything seem like it was shaking - motor strength listed as 0/5 - coordination hesitant on the right. finger to nose test 0. - heel, toe, tandem walk only with assistance - motor coordination 0/5 - rapid involuntary movement of the eyes (nystagmus) - lack of facial expressions - swallowing difficulty - little to no speech ...
Living with MS (Multiple Sclerosis) - My Perspective At age 21 I became mysteriously ill, 6 months and numerous tests later I was diagnosed with MS (Multiple Sclerosis). What began simply as pins and needles, spread throughout my body evolving in severity and eventually leading to numbness and issues with my mobility. My video piece recounts the early stages of my illness, its progression and my light-hearted, perhaps somewhat naïve way of dealing with it. Other than day-to-day struggles that affect all MS sufferers, this video piece explores my own struggle in trying to hold onto a sense of myself, my personality and my humour.
Cannabis & Multiple Sclerosis Clip from The Union: The bussines behind getting high, This clip looks at the medical uses of cannabis and Multiple Sclerosis. See more cannabis videos at: www.cannabis-
Living with Multiple Sclerosis - Shoes
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS -CNS=Central Nervous System -Multiple sclerosis (abbreviated MS, also known as disseminated sclerosis or encephalomyelitis disseminata) is an autoimmune condition in which the immune system attacks the central nervous system, leading to demyelination. Disease onset usually occurs in young adults, and it is more common in women. It has a prevalence that ranges between 2 and 150 per 100000. MS was first described in 1868 by Jean-Martin Charcot. MS affects the areas of the brain and spinal cord known as the white matter, destroying a fatty layer called the myelin sheath, which wraps around nerve fibers and electrically insulates them. When myelin is lost, the axons of neurons can no longer effectively conduct action potentials. The name multiple sclerosis refers to the scars (scleroses better known as plaques or lesions) in the white matter. Although much is known about the mechanisms involved in the disease process, the cause remains unknown. Theories include genetics or infections. Different environmental risk factors have also been found. Almost any neurological symptom can appear with the disease, and often progresses to physical and cognitive disability. MS takes several forms, with new symptoms occurring either in discrete attacks (relapsing forms) or slowly accumulating over time (progressive forms). Between attacks, symptoms may go away completely, but permanent neurological problems often occur, especially as the disease advances. There is no known cure for MS ...
Tricia's Story of Multiple Sclerosis Update from Tricia September 17, 2008: Thank you all for your kind and encouraging words! When I hear how my story has touched people around the world, I can't believe it! When the National MS Society put together and posted the video, I was shocked at the response. Now, three years later, people are still watching it, forwarding it and commenting on it - wow! My son Jake will be 15 this year, he still loves playing baseball and is a freshman in High School. He helps raise money and awareness for our annual Walk MS event, and this year he's riding in the Bike MS Tour, all to help create a world free of multiple sclerosis. He is my inspiration and I thank God for him every day! I have good and bad days, but am blessed with family, friends and doctors who support me. I will continue to fight for a cure with my continued dedication through volunteerism and fundraising. I know I speak for many when I say I want to live in a world free of MS. With Hope and Love, Tricia Chandler
Multiple Sclerosis video, MS symptoms, This is how I experience MS.
Multiple Sclerosis: The Warning Signs Multiple Sclerosis warning signs and symptoms may be transient, or may last for hours or even weeks and the pattern in which they are experienced may be unpredictable.
[Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis] [Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis] Just taking a few minutes to share some of the wonderful symptoms that come along with MS. multiple sclerosis early symptoms multiple sclerosis multiple sclerosis symptoms multiple sclerosis society multiple sclerosis signs symptoms...
Medical Marijuana - Texas - Multiple Sclerosis - Tim Timmons Medical Marijuana speech given by Multiple Sclerosis pot patient Tim Timmons inside the Texas Capital in Austin. In Texas, a medical marijuana patient, after arrest with the killer weed, cannot even speak in court to a jury of their medical condition. It is barred from evidence. In Texas, compassion is illegal and prisons are overcrowded by the hypocrisy of political puppets like John Cornyn and Jeb Hensarling - men who crucify Jesus Christ daily with their premeditated ignorance and bold faced lies. Let's make science and compassion legal again. We have the ability to take back our country from those who have dishonored the party of Barry Goldwater and Theodore Roosevelt - and shamed America before the world. It's our call.
Living with Multiple Sclerosis - MS medications - Tysabri! I wanted to talk about my experiences with some MS medications, especially Tysabri, in order to help others MSers!
Multiple Sclerosis Treatment - Mayo Clinic Dean M. Wingerchuk, MD, professor of Neurology, at Mayo Clinic in Arizona, provides an overview of multiple sclerosis treatment and new therapies.
Multiple Sclerosis from Mercury_Silver Fillings Linda Brocato testifies before the FDA joint Medical/Dental panel how mercury from her 16 amalgam fillings destroyed her life for 20 years with repeated exacerbations and hospitalizations to the point where she was totally bedridden with multiple sclerosis (MS) and how getting her NOT 'Silver' fillings removed in 1990 has dramatically improved her life and ability to care for herself. July 28th 2009 the Dentists at the FDA chose to protect the dental industry, totally ignore the consensus of their medical experts and classified mixed mercury and silver fillings as safe for us all including women who are pregnant and small children.
Diagnosis: Multiple Sclerosis I was just diagnosed with MS last week, this talks about some of my symptoms and what I went through during the last 2 weeks Visit my blog:
Living with Multiple Sclerosis - MS and Genetics
Beat Multiple Sclerosis Through Diet Dr. Terry Wahls tells the inspiring account of how she controlled and reversed her multiple sclerosis after 7 years of deterioration on the best conventional treatments available -- simply by changing her diet. Be sure to visit Dr. Wahls website here: Some people cannot find enough time in a day to eat all the food they need to during the day. If you cannot get enough gluten-free and GMO-free foods in your diet, try Isagenix concentrated foods here: Read my article about flax seed and walnuts as mentioned in the comment reply below :
History of Multiple Sclerosis The second program in the Multiple Scleroses From A to Z series is presented by the distinguished MS researcher and clinician, Dr. Jock Murray. Dr. Murray is acknowledged as the world's leading expert on the history of MS. He is from Halifax, Nova Scotia, where he has served as dean of Dalhousie Medical School, chairman of the Department of Neurology, and founder and director of the MS Clinic.
MS (Multiple Sclerosis) Doesn't Have Me, Extended Version - Health Matters Approximately 400000 Americans have Multiple Sclerosis, with about 200 new cases being diagnosed each week. In this edition of Health Matters, individuals with this disease share their stories of diagnosis, treatment and living with MS. Host David Granet, MD, is also joined by recognized expert Jody Corey-Bloom, MD, UCSD Department of Neurosciences, for an in-depth look at this unpredictable neurological disease. You won't want to miss this special hour-long episode. Series: "Health Matters" [12/2007] [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 12435]
MS (Multiple Sclerosis) and Raw Foods See Raw Food Eater Matt Monarch of Angela Stokes-Monarch of in this spectacular, The Raw Food World TV Show Episode. Enjoy another 'The Raw Food World' episode.
Multiple Sclerosis This animation visualizes the scarring and dysfunction that are characteristic of Multiple Sclerosis. It was created as a patient education piece. The challenge was to depict the disease with both a sense of foreboding drama, as well as a clear message of hope and manageability. Created by for Client: deClarity Marketer: Questcor Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Multiple Sclerosis- A love story If you like this film, please vote for it at This film has been entered into the 2012 Neuro Film Festival from the American Academy of Neurology Foundation at Let's put our brains together to support brain research! And let's include our hearts, as well. A wife's commitment to learning about her husband's Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis and new research into the vascular connection to MS: CCSVI.
Multiple Sclerosis Music Video - Tattoo After singing along to this song by Jordin Sparks I realised some of the lyrics reminded me of MS... MS is kind of like having a tattoo - it'll always be there... we've got to learn to live with it... (hopeul for a cure though!!) So I decided to make a video to show my thoughts using the song and some pictures! (PS all the pictures of tattoos are 'photoshopped' by me!) UPDATE: since putting this video on here and listening to the song more and more, the more the lyrics remind me of MS, please ignore the orange/white connection with the lyrics and just kind of look at the pictures and all of the lyrics. pretty much every part of this song makes so much sense. and also please join my facebook group: "I have Multiple Sclerosis and I'm Fabulous!" because we are :) Hey i'm hayley. I live in Coventry, England I thought, seeing as my MS Music Video is getting quite popular i'd better write a little bit about myself in here :) i love messing about with windows movie maker and songs, when i set my heart on a project i spend weeks or months making a video. usually just for family and friends to watch and laugh! (one of my most favourite i couldnt get onto youtube for copywrite reasons d'oh) but it's on facebook and got a few laughs :) that was my aim. actually most of the videos i managed to get on youtube have now been audio disabled too grr.... lol. but this one has been allowed god bless sony entertainment :) raising awareness through the art of music is ...
Histopathology Spinal cord--Multiple sclerosis