BILLINGS – The Billings Clinic will be hosting its first Multiple Sclerosis Health and Wellbeing Symposium on Saturday, June 22, according to a press release Friday.
The symposium is a day-long seminar for people diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, their loved ones and caregivers.
It will include presentations from the Clinic’s expert panel of MS care providers, representatives of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and the Multiple Sclerosis Society of America, educational resources and vendors. Topics will include the state of MS care today and the future, pharmacy options, rehabilitation strategies to manage fatigue and living well with MS.
According to the Billings Clinic, the symposium will be held from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. in the Clinic’s Mary Alice Fortin Health Conference Center, located next to the cafeteria. It is free to attend, but space is limited and registration is required. To register please visit www.billingsclinic.com/classes [billingsclinic.com].
The Multiple Sclerosis Center at Billings Clinic is formally recognized by the National MS Society (NMSS) as a Center for Comprehensive MS care. The impact of multiple sclerosis on the lives of patients and their loved ones is wide-ranging and complex. Billings Clinic partners with patients in navigating both the medical and non-medical issues with the goal of achieving the highest level of wellbeing.