Webinar: Multiple Sclerosis & Related Disorders

Webinar: Multiple Sclerosis & Related Disorders

Date and time

Wednesday 24th March

19:00 - 21:00

Speaker

David Choluj

Consultant Neurologist

Location

Webinar

Price

£39 + VAT

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Webinar: Multiple Sclerosis & Related Disorders

This event is available to purchase on-demand and was first delivered on Wednesday 24th March 2021.


Multiple Sclerosis and other related autoimmune diseases are particularly worrying for patients, in part due to the widespread symptoms that can occur as a result. 


Multiple Sclerosis (MS), for example, can be detrimental to not only your patients’ sensory and motor function, but can also affect balance, vision, memory, mood, causing fatigue, bladder and bowel problems etc. It is also one of the most common causes of disability in younger adults, particularly in women.


In this fascinating and interactive webinar, Dr David Choluj, Consultant Neurologist, will be covering different types of multiple sclerosis and its related disorders, including an in-depth study of MS complications, such as what to do if a patient gets an infection.


To start, we will be examining the aetiologies and forms of MS, its prevalence and natural history. Then, we will be discussing the signs and symptoms to look out for, as well as investigations such as MRI scans and neurological examination to spot abnormalities. Dr Choluj will be exploring differential diagnoses depending on the type of MS, and the best therapies and neurodisability management techniques for patients to maintain a good quality of life.


Other autoimmune disorders will also be explored, such as Lupus, Neuromyelitis Optica or Devic's Disease and Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis (ADEM). In each case, we will consider how best to spot red flags, diagnose the pathology and proceed with rehabilitation. We will also be understanding how infections can progress and how to intervene when they do.


We will send you an email with instructions to register and gain access to the webinar 'room' 24 hours before, and a reminder 1 hour before the event.


Learning Objectives:

  • Expand your understanding of Multiple Sclerosis and related disorders, their aetiologies, natural histories and spotting the red flags
  • Learn which investigations to carry out and differential diagnoses for each condition
  • Advance your knowledge on neuro disability management techniques and how to act if infections occur

  • Multiple sclerosis – Aetiology
  • Other Autoimmune Disorders – Differential Diagnosis
  • Therapy
  • Complex Neurodisability Management
  • Next Steps

David Choluj

Consultant Neurologist | London

Dr David Choluj is a Consultant Neurologist and stroke physician with extensive neurorehabilitation and Neuro-disability management experience.


Dr Choluj completed his medical education at Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic and underwent his training in neurology and stroke medicine at Motol University Hospital in Prague, Czech Republic, the largest hospital in middle Europe.


Shortly after becoming a neurology consultant, Dr Choluj moved to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge and later to Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability in London to further expand his clinical experiences and skills in neurorehabilitation and Neuro-disability management. 


Currently, Dr Choluj lives and works in London, spending the majority of his clinical time as a private neurologist at the Harley Street Medical district in London.

Live 2-hour group learning webinar, speaker's slides (if permitted), CPD certificate, and recording of the course (even if you can't make it to the live event).

Chiropractors, Osteopaths, Physiotherapists, Podiatrists, Sports Therapists, Hand Therapists, Radiographers, Occupational Therapists, GP, Other Health Professionals, Trainee Health Professionals, Students

Webinar: Multiple Sclerosis & Related Disorders

Buy now

Add to basket

Date and time

Wednesday 24th March

19:00 - 21:00

Price

£39 + VAT

Speaker

David Choluj

Consultant Neurologist

Location

Webinar

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