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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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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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AASM shares study on Sleep Education website about untreated sleep apnea & fatigue in MS

From “Study links untreated sleep apnea to fatigue in MS patients” by Patrick Murray at sleepeducation.com: “Untreated sleep apnea may be contributing to MS patients’ debilitating fatigue. Findings from a new study show that people with MS have a heightened … Continue reading

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American Brain Foundation’s Fifth Annual Neuro Film Festival

The American Brain Foundation announced their Neuro Film Festival, now in its fifth year.  The festival aims to raise awareness about the need for why more funding is needed for research into the prevention, treatment, and cure of brain diseases … Continue reading

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RRMS: Treatments and Their Importance to You – Featuring Dr. Robert Jacoby

Learn about MS treatment options and support services that are within your reach. Share real-life experiences, resources, and advice with others affected by MS. Wednesday, December 12th 6:30pm-8:00pm Dinner buffet will be served. Schwan Center National Sports Center Campus 1750 … Continue reading

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Noran Clinic’s Multiple Sclerosis MRI Testing Protocol

The Noran Neurological Clinic offers an MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) protocol when scanning for multiple sclerosis through its imaging department called the Minnesota Diagnostic Center. This protocol is based on research that underscored the value of tracking changes seen in brain … Continue reading

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Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis at the Noran Clinic

When you’re diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS), you may feel disoriented at first – struggling with anxiety and sadness, fear and anger, even denial. It can be a difficult time, calling upon all your resources. Yet there is every reason … Continue reading

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Multiple Sclerosis and Exercise

Can exercise ease the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis? Here are some tips & examples of exercises that could benefit people with MS…read more

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