Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers Annual Meeting 2019

The Annual Meeting of the CMSC hosted over 2000 delegates in Seattle, Washington, May 28 to June 1, 2019, featuring national and international experts in multiple sclerosis comprehensive care and research, basic information for novice clinicians, and advanced clinical courses to enhance professional performance.
Many patients with neurologic conditions such as multiple sclerosis are faced with gait and stability issues due to their disease, but Splichal and Naboso Technology seek to address these issues via mechanoreceptor stimulation.
The director of Behavioral Medicine at the Mellen Center for MS Treatment and Research at the Cleveland Clinic spoke about the importance of caring for patients with MS by using a team-based approach.
The chairman of the Department of Neuroscience at the Lerner Research Institute spoke about what the implications of the new subtype of MS could be in the understanding of the disease.
The MS neurologist at Cleveland Clinic’s Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health discussed how leveraging real-world datasets can help reduce indication bias when comparing treatments for multiple sclerosis.
Despite high rates of depression in MS, picking up on signs that an individual may be at risk for suicide can be difficult. The staff neurologist at Cleveland Clinic’s Mellen Center discussed some of the red flags.
The MS neurologist at Cleveland Clinic’s Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health spoke about the factors that should be taken into account when making treatment decisions in MS, such as tolerability, affordability, and the desire to start family planning.
The podiatrist and CEO of Naboso Technology spoke about the potential of simple textured insoles to improve gait, posture, and balance in patients with MS experiencing ambulation issues.
The Director of Behavioral Medicine at the Mellen Center for MS Treatment and Research at the Cleveland Clinic spoke about how she approaches fatigue in MS from a behavioral standpoint.