The MS Podcast

The MS Podcast

Why has our brain suddenly become of interest?

Elisabeth Gulowsen Celius, Professor and specialist in neurology at Oslo University Hospital talks about what the brain actually can tell us, the importance of brain health in MS, and her contribution to the international Brain Health initiative.

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Avsnitt 1 - Why has our brain suddenly become of interest?

How old is your brain?

In this episode, the author behind the world´s first study on brain aging within MS, Einar Høgestøl, whom is Doctor and PhD fellow at the Department of Neurology, Oslo University Hospital, talks about the brain age gap and whether using AI technology could point us towards improved MS care.

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Avsnitt 2 - How old is your brain?

Cognitive training – a curse or a blessing?

In this episode, Paivi Hamalainen, Finnish neuropsychologist at Masku Neurological Rehabilitation Centre in Finland talks about the treatment of cognitive impairments of a chronic disease, and what neurologists can learn in order to provide a more holistic approach to treating patients with MS disease.

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Avsnitt 3 - Cognitive training – a curse or a blessing?

Episode 4 - Exercise as ”medicine” in the treatment of MS 

Associate Professor at Aarhus University, Ulrik Dalgas, addresses physical activity in MS patients today, it’s effects on patients and whether exercise should be considered medicine in the treatment of MS.

Upcoming episodes

  • Falling chronically ill – how do I cope and move forward?

 

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