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The MSAA Podcast shares information, insight, and valuable resources from top medical professionals, MSAA staff members, and more with the goal to educate and spread awareness about MS.

Latest Episodes

Better Symptom Management through Wellness

The Multiple Sclerosis Association of America is pleased to present our podcast episode on “Better Symptom Management through Wellness.” Hosted by Peter Damiri, Vice President of Programs and Services for MSAA, this program is part of MSAA’s 2020 MS Awareness Month theme: The Mind, Body, and MS Connection. Our guests Mary Rensel, MD and Amy Sullivan, PsyD of the Cleveland Clinic’s Mellen Center for MS talk about brain health and provide helpful strategies to improve MS care through nutrition, exercise, mindfulness, and overall healthy living. Dr. Rensel is an MS neurologist and Director of the Wellness Program, and Dr. Sullivan is a psychologist and Director of Behavioral Medicine, Research and Training. This episode was produced and recorded at Gradwell House Recording in Haddon Heights, NJ. Music provided by The New Anxiety (Tim Recuber and John Masino III). This episode is made possible by the generous support of Biogen, Bristol-Myers Squibb, and Genentech. For more information on MSAA’s programs and services for the MS community, please visit mymsaa.org.

29 minMAR 14
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Better Symptom Management through Wellness

A Little is a Lot When Exercising with MS

The Multiple Sclerosis Association of America is pleased to present our podcast episode on “A Little is a Lot When Exercising with MS.” Hosted by Andrea Griffin, Vice President of Communications and Marketing for MSAA, this program is part of MSAA’s 2020 MS Awareness Month theme: The Mind, Body, and MS Connection. Our guest, physical therapist Brian Hutchinson, shares his insights on the importance of exercise and physical activity in managing MS. Brian is an MS-certified specialist and the Director of the Multiple Sclerosis Achievement Center in Sacramento, California. This episode was produced and recorded at Gradwell House Recording in Haddon Heights, NJ. Music provided by The New Anxiety (Tim Recuber and John Masino III). This episode is made possible by the generous support of Biogen, Bristol-Myers Squibb, and Genentech. For more information on MSAA’s programs and services for the MS community, please visit mymsaa.org.

27 minMAR 2
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A Little is a Lot When Exercising with MS

The Impact of Nutrition in Multiple Sclerosis

The Multiple Sclerosis Association of America is pleased to present our podcast episode on ““The Impact of Nutrition in Multiple Sclerosis.” Hosted by Peter Damiri, Vice President of Programs and Services for MSAA, this program is part of MSAA’s series on MS and the Family, spotlighting healthy lifestyle and wellness activities. Our guest, Dr. Olga Thon, shares her insights on popular vitamins and supplements, various diets that affect MS, and suggestions for effective exercises and overall wellness strategies to help better manage multiple sclerosis. Dr. Thon is the director of the Multiple Sclerosis and Neuroimmunology Center at Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia. This episode was produced and recorded at Gradwell House Recording in Haddon Heights, NJ. Music provided by The New Anxiety (Tim Recuber and John Masino III). This episode is made possible through educational grants from Celgene and Novartis. For more information on MSAA’s programs and services fo...

33 min2019 JUN 26
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The Impact of Nutrition in Multiple Sclerosis

The Many Faces of MS: Exploring Diversity Within Multiple Sclerosis –

The Multiple Sclerosis Association of America is pleased to present our podcast episode on “The Many Faces of MS.” Hosted by Peter Damiri, Vice President of Programs and Services for MSAA, this program is part of MSAA’s series on MS and the Family, spotlighting the topic of diversity within MS. Our guest, Dr. EJ Gettings, shares his insights on multiple sclerosis and its impact on various patient populations. Dr. Gettings is an Assistant Professor of Neurology at Temple University in Philadelphia. This episode was produced and recorded at Gradwell House Recording in Haddon Heights, NJ. Music provided by The New Anxiety (Tim Recuber and John Masino III). This episode is made possible through educational grants from Celgene and Novartis. For more information on MSAA’s programs and services for the MS community, please visit mymsaa.org.

32 min2019 JUN 4
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The Many Faces of MS: Exploring Diversity Within Multiple Sclerosis –

Spotlighting Care Partner Needs with Lara Krawchuk

Welcome to the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America’s podcast on “Spotlighting Care Partner Needs.” Hosted by Andrea Griffin, Vice President of Communications and Marketing for MSAA, this program is part of MSAA’s 2019 MS Awareness Month campaign on MS and the Family, spotlighting the topic of Care Partners and MS. Our guest, Lara Krawchuk, MSW, LCSW, MPH, shares her insights as well as resources and tips for care partners. Ms. Krawchuk is a licensed clinical social worker, therapist, and wellness educator. This episode was produced and recorded at Gradwell House Recording in Haddon Heights, NJ. Music provided by The New Anxiety (Tim Recuber and John Masino III). Funding for this podcast as well as additional programs in MSAA’s 2019 MS Awareness Month campaign is supported through an educational grant from EMD Serono. For more information on MSAA’s programs and services for the MS community, please visit mymsaa.org.

22 min2019 MAR 15
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Spotlighting Care Partner Needs with Lara Krawchuk

Exploring Relationships & MS with Miriam Franco

Welcome to the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America’s podcast on “Exploring Relationships.” Hosted by Andrea Griffin, Vice President of Communications and Marketing for MSAA, this program is part of MSAA’s 2019 MS Awareness Month campaign on MS and the Family, spotlighting the topic of Relationships and MS. Our guest, Miriam Franco, MSW, PsyD, MSCS, shares her expertise and insights on fostering healthy relationships for couples living with MS. Dr. Franco is a psychologist, social worker, certified guided imagery practitioner, and a multiple sclerosis specialist. This episode was produced and recorded at Gradwell House Recording in Haddon Heights, NJ. Music provided by The New Anxiety (Tim Recuber and John Masino III). Funding for this podcast as well as additional programs in MSAA’s 2019 MS Awareness Month campaign is supported through an educational grant from Sanofi Genzyme. For more information on MSAA’s programs and services for the MS community, please visit mymsaa....

38 min2019 MAR 11
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Exploring Relationships & MS with Miriam Franco
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Latest Episodes

Better Symptom Management through Wellness

The Multiple Sclerosis Association of America is pleased to present our podcast episode on “Better Symptom Management through Wellness.” Hosted by Peter Damiri, Vice President of Programs and Services for MSAA, this program is part of MSAA’s 2020 MS Awareness Month theme: The Mind, Body, and MS Connection. Our guests Mary Rensel, MD and Amy Sullivan, PsyD of the Cleveland Clinic’s Mellen Center for MS talk about brain health and provide helpful strategies to improve MS care through nutrition, exercise, mindfulness, and overall healthy living. Dr. Rensel is an MS neurologist and Director of the Wellness Program, and Dr. Sullivan is a psychologist and Director of Behavioral Medicine, Research and Training. This episode was produced and recorded at Gradwell House Recording in Haddon Heights, NJ. Music provided by The New Anxiety (Tim Recuber and John Masino III). This episode is made possible by the generous support of Biogen, Bristol-Myers Squibb, and Genentech. For more information on MSAA’s programs and services for the MS community, please visit mymsaa.org.

29 minMAR 14
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Better Symptom Management through Wellness

A Little is a Lot When Exercising with MS

The Multiple Sclerosis Association of America is pleased to present our podcast episode on “A Little is a Lot When Exercising with MS.” Hosted by Andrea Griffin, Vice President of Communications and Marketing for MSAA, this program is part of MSAA’s 2020 MS Awareness Month theme: The Mind, Body, and MS Connection. Our guest, physical therapist Brian Hutchinson, shares his insights on the importance of exercise and physical activity in managing MS. Brian is an MS-certified specialist and the Director of the Multiple Sclerosis Achievement Center in Sacramento, California. This episode was produced and recorded at Gradwell House Recording in Haddon Heights, NJ. Music provided by The New Anxiety (Tim Recuber and John Masino III). This episode is made possible by the generous support of Biogen, Bristol-Myers Squibb, and Genentech. For more information on MSAA’s programs and services for the MS community, please visit mymsaa.org.

27 minMAR 2
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A Little is a Lot When Exercising with MS

The Impact of Nutrition in Multiple Sclerosis

The Multiple Sclerosis Association of America is pleased to present our podcast episode on ““The Impact of Nutrition in Multiple Sclerosis.” Hosted by Peter Damiri, Vice President of Programs and Services for MSAA, this program is part of MSAA’s series on MS and the Family, spotlighting healthy lifestyle and wellness activities. Our guest, Dr. Olga Thon, shares her insights on popular vitamins and supplements, various diets that affect MS, and suggestions for effective exercises and overall wellness strategies to help better manage multiple sclerosis. Dr. Thon is the director of the Multiple Sclerosis and Neuroimmunology Center at Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia. This episode was produced and recorded at Gradwell House Recording in Haddon Heights, NJ. Music provided by The New Anxiety (Tim Recuber and John Masino III). This episode is made possible through educational grants from Celgene and Novartis. For more information on MSAA’s programs and services fo...

33 min2019 JUN 26
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The Impact of Nutrition in Multiple Sclerosis

The Many Faces of MS: Exploring Diversity Within Multiple Sclerosis –

The Multiple Sclerosis Association of America is pleased to present our podcast episode on “The Many Faces of MS.” Hosted by Peter Damiri, Vice President of Programs and Services for MSAA, this program is part of MSAA’s series on MS and the Family, spotlighting the topic of diversity within MS. Our guest, Dr. EJ Gettings, shares his insights on multiple sclerosis and its impact on various patient populations. Dr. Gettings is an Assistant Professor of Neurology at Temple University in Philadelphia. This episode was produced and recorded at Gradwell House Recording in Haddon Heights, NJ. Music provided by The New Anxiety (Tim Recuber and John Masino III). This episode is made possible through educational grants from Celgene and Novartis. For more information on MSAA’s programs and services for the MS community, please visit mymsaa.org.

32 min2019 JUN 4
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The Many Faces of MS: Exploring Diversity Within Multiple Sclerosis –

Spotlighting Care Partner Needs with Lara Krawchuk

Welcome to the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America’s podcast on “Spotlighting Care Partner Needs.” Hosted by Andrea Griffin, Vice President of Communications and Marketing for MSAA, this program is part of MSAA’s 2019 MS Awareness Month campaign on MS and the Family, spotlighting the topic of Care Partners and MS. Our guest, Lara Krawchuk, MSW, LCSW, MPH, shares her insights as well as resources and tips for care partners. Ms. Krawchuk is a licensed clinical social worker, therapist, and wellness educator. This episode was produced and recorded at Gradwell House Recording in Haddon Heights, NJ. Music provided by The New Anxiety (Tim Recuber and John Masino III). Funding for this podcast as well as additional programs in MSAA’s 2019 MS Awareness Month campaign is supported through an educational grant from EMD Serono. For more information on MSAA’s programs and services for the MS community, please visit mymsaa.org.

22 min2019 MAR 15
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Spotlighting Care Partner Needs with Lara Krawchuk

Exploring Relationships & MS with Miriam Franco

Welcome to the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America’s podcast on “Exploring Relationships.” Hosted by Andrea Griffin, Vice President of Communications and Marketing for MSAA, this program is part of MSAA’s 2019 MS Awareness Month campaign on MS and the Family, spotlighting the topic of Relationships and MS. Our guest, Miriam Franco, MSW, PsyD, MSCS, shares her expertise and insights on fostering healthy relationships for couples living with MS. Dr. Franco is a psychologist, social worker, certified guided imagery practitioner, and a multiple sclerosis specialist. This episode was produced and recorded at Gradwell House Recording in Haddon Heights, NJ. Music provided by The New Anxiety (Tim Recuber and John Masino III). Funding for this podcast as well as additional programs in MSAA’s 2019 MS Awareness Month campaign is supported through an educational grant from Sanofi Genzyme. For more information on MSAA’s programs and services for the MS community, please visit mymsaa....

38 min2019 MAR 11
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Exploring Relationships & MS with Miriam Franco
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