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Thursday, April 21, 2016

MS Education Video -- Current MS Mainstream Medications plus Complementary Therapies, Presented by Allen Bowling, MD


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Before Dr. Bowling's presentation on the selected video showing below, please listen to:  “The Benefits of Exercise with MS” -
 Presented by: Ellen Belle MA, PT MSCS - 
Ellen works at Colorado Neurological Institute - Director of Patient Services
Discussion to include reducing painful spasticity. This begins at 4 Mins - 55 Seconds

After Ellen Belle and beginning at approx 45:30 into this video is the Presentation from Allen Bowling MD. Listen Dr. Bowling’s detail of Mainstream Medications and a few complementary therapies.  Please listen to his entire discussion which will include medications and concepts. Plus listen to the Q&A that follows his presentation and a little humor that he added between the Talk and the Q&A. 

on April 13th 2016 - MS Views and News hosted their first educational event in Denver Colorado - 
Speakers: Ellen Belle, MA, PT and Allen Bowling, MD of Neurology


Like MS Views and News, Allen Bowling, MD of Neurology, believes-in Empowering MS patients with information. 


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