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Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff posted:
Join me in welcoming our new guest expert, Dr. Herb Karpatkin!

Dr. Karpatkin received his Masters degree in Physical Therapy from Boston University in 1989 and a Doctor of Science degree from Rocky Mountain University in 2009. He is a board certified Neurologic Clinical Specialist from the American Physical Therapy Association since 1997, and is a board certified Multiple Sclerosis Specialist from the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers since 2005.

He will be supporting you and answering questions from a physical therapy perspective.

Welcome Dr. Karpatkin, we are excited to have you join this great, supportive community!

Elizabeth
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hackwriter responded:
Welcome aboard, Dr. Karpatkin!

It's great to have another professional join our community, your input will be so valuable to us.

Kim
 
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Herb Karpatkin, PT, DSc, NCS, MSCS responded:
Thank you Elizabeth

Im greatly looking forward to being a part of this community. One of the things i feel i can really help community members with is advice on appropriate exercise programs. All too often, persons with MS exercise in a manner that is inappropriate for their MS and get either bad or no results. With over 20 years experience working with persons with MS to develop exercise programs that are specifically customized to their specific needs, I am very confident that ALL persons with MS can benefit significantly from an exercise program, but, it has to be the right program, one that addresses the particular deficits that their MS has caused.
I greatly look forward to being a helpful part of this community

Herb Karpatkin, PT, DSc
 
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Rory26312 responded:
Hello Doctor

Just a belated welcome it will be nice for us to have someone to ask these sort of questions off as many here suffer from weakness and or disability.

Looking forward to your input

Rory


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