MS Mondays: Cold Weather Tips

by Allison

Depending on where you live, it could already be chilly out; you may have even seen snow already. Perhaps you’re in a part of the country that is still enjoying warmer weather. Or you could be in an area that is still deciding whether it wants to be fall or winter – warm one day,… Read More

MS Mondays: Holiday Travel Tips

by Allison

The busiest travel period of the year is nearly upon us and 40 million Americans are expected to travel this holiday season. For the millions of Americans with disabilities, traveling, especially flying, can add extra hassles. However, that doesn’t mean you should just stay home. With more and more places all over the world becoming… Read More

MS Mondays: Natural Pain Relievers

by Allison

Our friends at LASCI (Life After Spinal Cord Injury) recently conducted a poll on their Facebook page asking fans what content they wanted to see from LASCI. Surprisingly, a lot of fans wanted information on natural pain relievers. Since many people with MS suffer from significant pain at some point (see the National MS Society’s… Read More

UroMed Partners with PatientPoint and Cure Medical to Provide Exam Room Education Materials

by Allison

Beginning November 1st, thousands of urology offices around the country will offer valuable patient education material from UroMed and Cure Medical. This information will be provided by PatientPoint, a leader in point-of-care patient and physician engagement solutions.  Participating offices in the PatientPoint Urology Exam Room Network will be able to offer patients comprehensive health information on catheterization and… Read More

MS Mondays: Emergency Preparedness Guide

by Allison

Those of us on the East coast are starting to feel the effects of Hurricane Sandy. Even here at UroMed’s corporate office in Atlanta, we are experiencing gusty winds, while our Richmond, VA branch is about to close up shop in anticipation for Sandy’s arrival. This storm is going to have a major impact on… Read More

MS Mondays: Natural Cold Remedies

by Allison

It’s fall. The weather is getting cooler, leaves are changing colors, and everyone around me is sneezing. It’s the start of the cold season. If you’re already taking several medications to control your MS symptoms, adding a cold medicine could cause unwanted side effects. To help you out, I’ve rounded up a list of natural… Read More

UroMed’s David Williams Wins 4th Straight US Open Wheelchair Tennis Tournament

by Allison

On October 1st, UroMed’s own David Williams competed in and WON the Men’s Wheelchair Division A Singles tournament at the 2012 US OPEN USTA Wheelchair Championships in St. Louis. This is David’s 4th consecutive national championship win. Congrats David! David contracted Transverse Myelitis when he was 14 and has been in a wheelchair since. He originally… Read More

MS Mondays: Unique Charity Events

by Allison

I’m sure you’ve heard about the many Bike MS, Walk MS and Muck Ruckus events happening all over the country. They are great ways to raise money for National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s research and promote awareness, but did you know there are other ways to raise money for MS?  Sometimes, to really raise awareness for… Read More

MS Mondays: Service Dog Resources

by Allison

Assistance Animals, more specifically service dogs, are used to help those with disabilities lead normal lives. Service dogs are most famously known as seeing eye dogs for the blind, but did you know that more and more MS sufferers are turning to service dogs to help them with everything from balance support to pulling wheelchairs?… Read More

MS Mondays: Accessorizing for Halloween!

by Allison

Can you believe it is already October? You know what happens in October, right? Halloween! It’s my 3rd favorite holiday, right after Christmas and my birthday (which should be a national holiday). In fact, if I could dress up every day, I would! Of course, not everyone shares my feelings on Halloween and I’m sure… Read More

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