Latest by Lisa Emrich

What is Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis?

Primary Progressive MS (PPMS) manifests differently than other forms of the disease and poses challenges for diagnosis and treatment.

Bryan Bickell: From Skates to Service Dogs

Retired hockey player Bryan Bickell focuses on fatherhood and training service dogs for people with MS.

#RealMSProfiles: Calie W.

Multiple sclerosis (MS) can be fierce as a lion, unpredictable, and untamed.

Benefits of Tai Chi for MS

Tai Chi Improves Balance, Mobility, and Quality of Life for MS Patients, But Does Not Help Fatigue.

Does Your Doctor Follow the Herd?

Does your MS neurologist suggest treatment based on clinical guidelines or cutting-edge research?

Adventures With MS: Riding With The Deer

Multiple sclerosis (MS) can form barriers between you and adventure but breaking through can lead to encounters you never thought were possible.

Does MS Make Your Face Hurt?

Trigeminal neuralgia (TN) is a symptom of multiple sclerosis (MS) that causes intense pain.

Bike MS: Setting Goals and Going the Distance

Bike MS: Cycling for a cure when living with multiple sclerosis (MS) and facing physical challenges.

How Animals Help Us Cope with Multiple Sclerosis

Together, my cats who are my MS buddies help me to appreciate my blessings.

#MSMoments: Peeing in the Middle of the Street

Urinary incontinence is an embarrassing symptom of MS that can occur at the most inopportune moments.