The mind-body connection: Psychological interventions that help people with multiple sclerosis

Part 2 of a two-part series

November 29, 2017 19:13
4 minute read.
Psychological interventions that help people with multiple sclerosis (Illustrative)

Psychological interventions that help people with multiple sclerosis (Illustrative). (photo credit: SHARON KILDAY/TNS)


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In the first part of this article (The Jerusalem Post Magazine, November 3), I spoke about Prof. George Jelinek’s Overcoming MS 7-Step Recovery Program, a holistic approach using diet and lifestyle modification to help people with multiple sclerosis achieve better health outcomes.

Jelinek, an Australian medical doctor and professor of emergency medicine, was diagnosed with MS in 1999, and became determined to find a method to help people with the disease.


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