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Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Jason Silva Talks Multiple Sclerosis With Inspiring People, Making A Difference


Introducing a video “MS Visionaries: Spotlighting Individuals Making a Difference in the MS Community.”

This two-part series features an interactive and in-depth discussion with MS Visionaries program ambassador Jason Silva, from National Geographic Channel’s “Brain Games”, along with the following MS Visionaries, about their efforts to make a difference in the MS community:

  • Don Fredette, An adaptive wheelchair specialist who works to solve the complex and changing needs of people by creating custom chairs for those who seek increased independence;
  • Mindy Eisenberg, An adaptive yoga instructor who developed a class specifically designed for those who face mind and body a challenges as a result of MS; and
  • Marissa Clark, A physical therapist who specializes in innovative methods that improve the quality of life for patients living with neurological disorders such as MS



The first video in the series launched today and is featured in the health and fitness section of Yahoo’s partner site, ThePostGame.com.

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