“I was in the final year of medical school when I was diagnosed and my neurologist told me that I most likely wouldn’t be able to work full-time as a doctor. I had a lot of negative messages at first and was just overcome with fear and had a lot of anxiety about what my future would hold. I lost all my confidence in myself and my health.
“Another challenge in the early days was the medication that I was prescribed and the side-effects from that. For me that was a difficult start. Finding the OMS program really happened by chance, but from the moment that I found and read the book it just made so much sense that this was what I could do.
“It was a huge turning point for me in discovering all the things that I could do for myself to take control and overcome MS.”
Read Dr Keryn Taylor's bio here