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Creator: Sarah Owens
Duration: 3:02
Journal: Neurology Now
In our Pictures of You department in the December 2015/January 2016 issue (“Word Wise,” http://bit.ly/NN-SarahPerl), we interviewed Sarah Perl, now 55, about the traumatic brain injury (TBI) she experienced after fainting in her house and the course of her recovery. In this video, she talks more about her recovery from that event as well as a second TBI she sustained on a bike ride in the summer of 2016.
Creator: Mike Smolinsky
Duration: 7:08
Journal: Neurology Now
Clyde Markowitz, MD, director of the Multiple Sclerosis Center and associate professor of neurology at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania spoke with Neurology Now about recent advancements in diagnosing and treating multiple sclerosis (MS). Dr. Markowitz recently spoke with patients and caregivers about developments in MS research at the 2014 Brain Health Fair in Philadelphia, PA.
Creator: Sarah Owens
Duration: 3:13
Journal: Neurology Now
In our Pictures of You department in the April/May 2016 issue (bit.ly/NN-FindingherVoice), we interviewed Carlota Schoolman about recovering from aphasia after a traumatic brain injury. In this video, she talks about what life is like with aphasia, what she did before her injury, and her ongoing work with the International Aphasia Movement.
Creator: Sarah Owens
Duration: 2:35
Journal: Neurology Now
In our Pictures of You department in the August/September 2016 issue (“Saving Grace,” http://bit.ly/NN-KathleenGingerelli), we interviewed Kathleen Gingerelli, 48, about her late diagnosis of Friedreich’s ataxia, which causes trouble with balance and difficulty walking. In this video, she talks about her lifelong love of the New York Giants (she and her mom never miss a game) and why she started a local ataxia support group.
Creator: Sarah Owens
Duration: 2:34
Journal: Neurology Now
In our Pictures of You department in the June/July 2016 issue (“Caregiver’s Creed,” bit.ly/NN-LoisKipnis), we interviewed Lois Kipnis about how having multiple sclerosis (MS) has made her a more empathetic caregiver for her 97-year old mother, who has dementia. Kipnis also talks about how writing has helped her sort through the rollercoaster of emotions involved in caring for her mother.