Cognitive Rehabilitation in MS
Work from our lab, as well as others, has shown that the memory problems that patients with MS experience are in learning new information, not with retrieving previously learned information from memory storage. Patients have trouble remembering things such as tasks they need to do in a given day, an address or a list of items. They may have difficulty learning and remembering how to do a new task. These are all everyday applications of memory abilities. Learn more information about our research.
Neuroprotective effects of exercise for multiple sclerosis warrant thorough investigation-Ep43
In this episode, Dr. Brian Sandroff, senior research scientist in our Center for Neuropsychology and Neuroscience Research, talks about his peer-reviewed article, “Exe...
Cognitive Rehabilitation in Multiple Sclerosis - Dr. Nancy Chiaravalloti
Welcome to Kessler Foundations 2017 Multiple Sclerosis consumer conference, Improving Cognitive, Emotional, & Physical Health in Multiple Sclerosis
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