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|Multiple Sclerosis: Tools to a Safe Exercise Program Design
Presenter: Jeff Segal
Do you want to learn how to change the lives of a special population community that not long ago was told exercise is the last thing that could be a vital benefit to their health? Times have changed. It is now rare that a neurologist sees a Multiple Sclerosis patient without discussing the need to increase physical activity. While exercise cannot change the primary course of the disease, it can change the secondary symptoms by improving or maintaining strength, balance, coordination endurance and quality of life.
This is your chance to learn how to understand, learn and effectively create an exercise program from a top fitness professional who is not only an expert in exercise programing for MS patients but has successfully lived with the disease for close to twenty years.
Since Multiple Sclerosis patients are weary of working with fitness professional due to lack of understanding of the disease, this is your opportunity to expand your knowledge base and learn how to train patients in a safe and effective manner.
Multiple Sclerosis affects over 400,000 people in the US and 2.5 million worldwide. This webinar will not only teach you how to work with this population but will also touch on how to find resources to increase your likelihood of finding this respective tight community.
Tuesday, November 7, 2017; 10:00-10:45am PST