2021 CMSC Annual Meeting

CURRENT TOPICS AND TRENDS IN REHABILITATION PART 2: EXERCISE EFFECTS AND PRESCRIPTION ACROSS THE DISABILITY SPECTRUM: OPTIMIZING OUTCOMES AND ADHERENCE

CREDITS: APA, CME, CNE, OT, PA, SW
Expiration: 30-Apr-22
Level of Information: Basic, Intermediate

This program will provide an update on exercise training in persons with MS across the disability spectrum. This will include presentation of data on exercise training effects on functional and psychological outcomes in persons with mild, moderate, and severe MS disability, as well as leading edge opportunities for improving adherence to exercise prescription among persons with MS across the disability spectrum. This program further will identify important knowledge gaps pertaining to exercise in MS and will highlight promising avenues for future exercise research that can substantially impact MS clinical practice.

Presentations and Speakers

Frontierland: An Update on Exercise Effects in Persons with Mild-to-moderate MS Brian Sandroff, PhD, Chair
It’s a Small World: Exercise in Persons with Severe MS Lara Pilutti, PhD
The People-mover: Improving Adherence to Exercise Prescription in Persons with MS across the Disability Spectrum Robert W. Motl, PhD
Q&A Robert W. Motl, PhD

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