MS & Me Radio connects patients, families, caregivers and friends to members of the global multiple sclerosis community towards raising disease awareness and education. Our Internet radio broadcasts feature clinical professionals, researchers, patients and more.
Sponsored by the Brain Injury Radio Network, MS & ME Radio and then our own MS & Me Radio Network broadcasting to over 250 outlets across the world. Each week the two-hour broadcasts featured a topic related to multiple sclerosis such as living with MS, exercise, relationships, research, disease management and more.
Each broadcast featured a guest speaker with one hour of talk and an hour live question segment where listeners can call in directly to ask questions.
We now broadcast our own 24 hour network with MS & Me hour long feature interviews and #AskMSandMe with it’s own hour long Q&A broadcast.
MS & Me: Community Outreach with Stuart Schlossman
Guest Stuart Schlossman of MS Views & News founded the website and organization to help add education information for the global MS community via the internet and via live seminars.
MS & Me: Managing Self with Dawn Melanie
Guest Dawn Melanie, international and domestic audit consultant and figure competitor. When MS threatened to end her competitive fitness career, Dawn took it back with management of her disease along with bodybuilding, fitness, and healthy eating.
MS & Me: The MS Gym with Trevor Wicken
Guest Trevor Wicken has been a medical fitness practitioner for over 15 years and is passionate about setting his clients free from pain through exercise. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Medicine from Colorado State University and a Master’s Degree in Exercise Science from California University of Pennsylvania.
MS & Me: Finding the Pieces to Our Puzzle with Ray Garcia
Guest Ramon Garcia, author and life coach, shares his personal struggles and victories living with RRMS since 2003. Ray’s passion is helping others find the strength and resolve to keep fighting. From homeless to Congressional candidate in 2018…never give up!
MS & Me: MS Translate Translating Treatments and Research for Patients with MS
Guest Brett Drummond, MS Researcher & Science Communicator, dedicated to MS research for the last ten years, MStranslate was developed as a result of Brett’s desire to continue to contribute to the MS community beyond his Doctoral studies. MSTranslate’s goal is to see MS research progress and patient care develop through increased education, knowledge and accuracy in the media.
MS & Me: Living with the Symptoms of MS with Dr. Jacqueline Nicholas
Guest Jacqueline Nicholas MD, MPH is a board-certified clinical neuroimmunologist specializing in multiple sclerosis (MS) and spasticity. As a neuroimmunologist, Dr. Nicholas provides diagnosis, treatment and comprehensive care for all types of MS, as well as a wide range of other neuroimmunological conditions. Dr. Nicholas was inspired by patients she cared for with MS and NMO early in her training to enter the field of neuroimmunology. She is dedicated to providing personalized care to each patient and their family.
MS & Me Radio Cami Walker author of 29 Gifts
Cami Walker was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2006 and created the online 29-Day Giving Challenge in April 2008. She has continued her own giving cycle every month since.
29 Acts of Kindness
At age 33 Cami Walker was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and the life she knew changed forever. Then, as a remedy for her condition, she received an uncommon prescription from a friend, an African medicine woman named Mbali Creazzo: Give away 29 gifts in 29 days.
MS & Me Radio – Our on site interview with Michelle King of the King Adult Day Enrichment Program
Some people who live with multiple sclerosis and other acquired neurological conditions have difficulty functioning independently and fully engaging in community life. Limited opportunities for social interaction and personal growth can lead to a sense of isolation, lack of purpose and depression. The physical and emotional demands of care giving can create a profound struggle for families who cannot be available 24 hours a day. Remaining at home with family or living independently in the community can sometimes feel like an overwhelming challenge for everyone involved.
In this fascinating interview Director Michelle King explains the KADEP program.