Multiple Sclerosis Rehabilitation: What You Need to Know | Q & A

Abbey Hughes and Alexius Sandoval of the Johns Hopkins Rehabilitation Network discuss their team approach to treating multiple sclerosis (MS); how rehabilitation helps MS patients; types of rehabilitation offered for MS patients; what patients can expert during appointments; and how precision medicine is being used at Johns Hopkins to treat MS.

 

  • How does rehabilitation help patients who are suffering from multiple sclerosis? (00:01)
  • What types of rehabilitation do you offer for multiple sclerosis? (00:28)
  • What can multiple sclerosis patients expect during their first appointment? (01:46)
  • How is Johns Hopkins using research and precision medicine to treat multiple sclerosis? (03:33)

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Abbey Hughes, MA, PhD

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