Category Archives: Multiple Sclerosis

Dr. Tarrel Shares Early Warning Signs of MS with KARE 11 News

March is Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month, and we were happy to see the news take a few minutes to draw attention to this neurologic disease. Dr. Ronald Tarrel, DO, board-certified neurologist with Noran Neurological Clinic and Abbott Northwestern Hospital, met … Continue reading

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An Event for Those With Relapsing MS

An Event for Those With Relapsing MS Join board-certified neurologist Dr. Robert Jacoby and a nutrition expert as they discuss Multiple Sclerosis, the benefits of anti-inflammatory eating, and an oral treatment option for relapsing MS. June 13th, 2016 6:00PM Westin … Continue reading

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Sara Woelflin and Dr. Susan Evans on Fox 9 News

We hope you had a chance to watch the story that aired on Sunday, June 7th on Fox 9 news about a wonderful young woman, who also has Multiple Sclerosis, getting ready to walk down the aisle. At the time … Continue reading

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Ryan is putting on the miles for the MS 150!

Ryan McCartney of our business office and Jessica Nelson PAC are both dedicated to completing the Bike MS 150 this summer, and are working to raise money for Multiple Sclerosis! 150 miles is a long ways to go by bike, … Continue reading

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Training Update for the Bike MS 150 mile ride – Ryan & Noran Clinic

Our first update from Ryan McCartney, our very own Noran Clinic Employee who has signed up to complete the Bike MS Challenge this summer and raise some money for a wonderful cause, dear to many of our patients! Training has … Continue reading

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Noran Clinic employee to represent in the Bike MS: CH Robinson Challenge 2015!

We are excited to share that our very own Ryan McCartney has signed up to complete the Bike MS C.H. Robinson Challenge in June of this year! This is a fundraiser for Multiple Sclerosis that asks its participants to complete … Continue reading

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“Can Facebook Save a Life?” KSTP Channel 5 Eyewitness News meets an amazing group of people with MS

In a three part story aired on KSTP Channel 5 Eyewitness News on May 19th, 2014, we meet Amy Anderson, an amazing woman with Multiple Sclerosis, and patient of Noran Neurological Clinic.  She takes us through some of the challenges her diagnosis has brought into … Continue reading

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Sleep and Multiple Sclerosis

People who have Multiple Sclerosis can face a number of challenges when it comes to restorative and restful sleep.  Studies have shown that sleep apnea is often under diagnosed among people with MS.  Click here to learn about common sleep problems … Continue reading

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Meet our doctors for National Multiple Sclerosis Education and Awareness Month

We have 32 adult and pediatric neurologists at Noran Neurological Clinic, and all are very experienced in treating patients with neurological disorders of all kinds.  Furthermore, each of our providers is expertly trained in identifying and managing patients with multiple … Continue reading

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An interesting history of Multiple Sclerosis from the National MS Society

Although Multiple Sclerosis wasn’t first recognized as a specific disease until the 1870’s in England and the United States, neurological symptoms that were likely evidence of MS have been documented for far longer.  The National MS Society provides a great history of … Continue reading

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