Dr. Jacqueline Rosenthal Discusses Common Multiple Sclerosis Myths and Misconceptions
A new Shepherd Center Radio podcast examines common questions surrounding MS.
Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune condition where the central nervous system, the brain and the spinal cord are affected that can cause various symptoms. In a new podcast, Shepherd Center Radio sets out to debunk and explain several common myths surrounding MS.
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Jacqueline Rosenthal, MD, a neurologist at the Andrew C Carlos Multiple Sclerosis Institute, joins Shepherd Center Radio to discuss frequent misconceptions and answer common questions. In the podcast, Dr. Rosenthal explains what MS is, different types of MS and what to expect from an MS diagnosis.
Dr. Rosenthal joined Shepherd Center’s medical staff in July 2019 and treats patients in Andrew C. Carlos Multiple Sclerosis Institute. She graduated from Xavier University in New Orleans and received her Doctor of Medicine degree from Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta. She completed her residency in neurology at Madigan Army Medical Center in Tacoma, Washington.She most recently served as a fellow in neuroimmunology at Emory University School of Medicine and at the Atlanta VA Medical Center. She has served in both the U.S. Army Reserves and U.S. Army. After she completed her neurology training at Madigan Army Medical Center in Tacoma, Washington, Dr. Rosenthal served as a staff neurologist in the Army. Most recently, she served as chief of neurology service at Martin Army Community Hospital at Fort Benning, Georgia.
To listen to this podcast, and past episodes of Shepherd Center Radio, visit shepherd.org/radio.
Shepherd Center provides world-class clinical care, research, and family support for people experiencing the most complex conditions, including spinal cord and brain injuries, multi-trauma, multiple amputations, stroke, multiple sclerosis, and pain. Ranked by U.S. News as one of the nation’s top 10 hospitals for rehabilitation and the best in the Southeast, Shepherd Center treats more than 850 inpatients and 7,600 outpatients annually with unmatched expertise and unwavering compassion to help them begin again.