Physical Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis in Huntsville, AL
Multiple Sclerosis, Uncategorized
http://therapy-a.com/news/Call for Participants
Research on Multiple Sclerosis
Do you have multiple sclerosis?
Are you African American?
Are you aged 18-64?
If the answers to all these questions are yes, you may qualify for a study that will be examining the feasibility and effectiveness of changing sitting behavior and physical activity in multiple sclerosis.
What will you do?
You will need to wear activity monitors for 7-days during three occasions and will enroll in a 12-week program aimed at reducing sitting time and increasing physical activity. During this period, you will receive daily text messages and bi-weekly newsletter and calls.
Why is this research important?
Your participation in this project will help us to develop strategies that are effective in changing sitting and activity behavior in MS. These strategies may be implemented in large studies in future, which could potentially benefit large number of people with MS.
Will I be compensated for my time?
Yes, you will receive up to $75 for participation.
If you are interested in taking part in this research or would like to find out more about the project, contact Jeffer on 205-975-9321 or via email email@example.com and ask about the “Sit Less, Move More” study.
Time is running out to Register for our upcoming event in Huntsville for March 20th
JOIN US for this (new topics) MS educational program with so much NEW learning
Join us to listen with Dr. Samuel F Hunter, who is coming down from Franklin, Tn to speak with you about topics that we are providing and as showing on the flyer.
Discussion includes the importance of a comprehensive MS center
Join us to hear Julie Robert’s inspirational story and Join us at this event to listen to Jeff Segal’s talk on simple exercise for MS.
ALL great topics being provided on March 20th in Huntsville, AL
RSVP to join us at this event on March 20th (Dinner included).
If you already registered there is no need to do this again, but for all others not yet registered, if you want to attend, we need you to RSVP this week as registrations closes soon.
This is the last week to RSVP to attend this awesome MS event
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in 2007. Not all of the tumor could be removed safely at that time.
Over 9 years, it grew again, and began causing more
problems. The doctors at Vanderbilt agreed that a
Transpetrosal Craniotomy is what I needed. They informed me that it was a 10/10 type of surgery with a list of risks. I was in surgery 14 hours and had to go to rehab afterwards. I had to relearn to walk, talk in complete, unbroken sentences, swallow food, and reue my left arm and hand. There were other problems Ii ce doub e vision, loss of hea,ring, balance issues, and brain
swelling. I had a lot to overcome, but the doctors were
confident that I would make a full recovery in time.
Praise and thanks go to God for guiding the doctors’ hands during surgery and continue to heal me after surgery!
I had a very good start to my recovery at Stallworth Rehabilitation Center, and five weeks later I had continued help from Therapy Achievement. I am walking, eating and enjoying many activities outside therapy. I still have work to do after four months, but I am definitely on my way to a full recovery!