A Multiple Sclerosis podcast. YEG MS is a podcast based in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada from the creator of ownmultiplesclerosis.com. The podcast focuses on Multiple Sclerosis and is created by a man living with MS.
Each episode features interviews with others who have been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis or are somehow involved in the MS community in Edmonton, the Capital Region, and Northern Alberta.
While the podcast in based in Canada, the content should appeal to anyone who has MS as part of their lives.
Dr. Gretchen Hawley, Volume 2
In this episode of the YEG MS podcast I was excited at the opportunity to interview Dr. Gretchen Hawley for the second time! From her website, “I began sharing the success that some of my patients had been seeing from our physical therapy sessions on social media, and was surprised by the number of people … YEG MS Ep. 62, “Dr. Gretchen Hawley, Volume 2” Read More »
Ep 61, “Grace.”
In this episode guest host Rick Simon interviews Grace who shares her journey with multiple sclerosis.
Ep 60, “Barb Robb.”
In this episode new guest host Rick Simon interviews Barb Robb. Barb shares her journey with multiple sclerosis.
Multiple Sclerosis and Covid 19
In this episode, new co-host Rick and I discuss the impact of Covid 19 on people living with Multiple Sclerosis.
EP58, "Rick Simon- author of, "Living Your Greatness."
In this episode I speak to Rick Simon who is the author of Living Your Greatness: 9 ways to Overcome Obstacles and Live Your Dreams.
In this episode I am joined by Robin who was given 6 months to live in 2004. She shares her journey and the support of her daughter, RaeAnne. Links The Forever S7even.com
thank you gentlemen. MS yeg is very informative and very well done.
Great podcast! I enjoy all your episodes. Thank you Sean.
Very good and real
After listening to one episode, I realized that this podcast is quite good, very real and relatable. As an 35 year old MS warrior myself (diagnosed last year), it's very refreshing to hear from those in the actual community who share useful knowledge and information for those with MS and their loved ones. Keep up the great work!