MS Focus, Medical Fitness Network announce partnership

August 31, 2017
MS Focus and the Medical Fitness Network announced their partnership, which offers free access to a network of online health and fitness professionals to the MS community.
 
MS Focus and MFN share a goal of educating people about healthier living and complementary healthcare management. The partnership helps connect consumers to qualified fitness and healthcare providers who are interested in working with those with MS through MFN’s online network. This network also supports caregivers.
 
MS Focus’ Director of Communications Kasey Minnis said, “MS Focus is pleased to offer MFN’s important free national referral service of fitness, health and wellness professionals to patients and consumers seeking expertise in multiple sclerosis.”
 
MFN President and Founder, Lisa Dougherty, said of the partnership, “The Medical Fitness Network is excited to have both our fitness and healthcare professional members and consumer visitors learn more about the personal training, education and resources provided by MS Focus and how they can help those battling MS.”
 
About the Medical Fitness Network
 
The Medical Fitness Network is a free online resource directory for consumers to locate fitness and allied healthcare professionals with a background in prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation in working with those with chronic disease/medical conditions, including but not limited to: Alzheimer’s, arthritis, cancer, diabetes, fibromyalgia, heart disease, mental disorders, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, pre- and postnatal care, respiratory disease and stroke. The MFN donates its services as a national database management company to medical and health organizations that do not offer resources for locating fitness and allied healthcare professionals. Visit them at www.medicalfitnessnetwork.org.

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