National Multiple Sclerosis Society
Comprehensive relapse, disease and symptom management over the disease continuum
By sharing expertise in a collaborative manner through comprehensive MS care, healthcare professionals can meet the complex needs of their patients with MS.
Relapses in MS are unpredictable. Learn about the available medication options and rehabilitation strategies to help patients manage their relapsing MS symptoms.
The medications that are currently available to treat MS appear to be most effective during the early, inflammatory phase of MS, becoming less potent as the disease transitions to a more neurodegenerative process.
Symptom management is a crucial aspect of enhancing one's quality of life with MS. Discover evidence-based strategies for addressing each MS symptom.
MS Rehabilitation requires a comprehensive approach to help improve function and prevent complications. Learn more about rehabilitation for your MS patients.
There are many considerations for MS management during different reproductive stages. Learn how to best care for MS patients and their reproductive health.
Many people with MS have concerns about the safety of routine vaccinations. Some, but not all, immunizations have been evaluated for safety and efficacy in people with MS.
Individuals with MS may require more advanced care and support. Learn more about what can contribute to worsening MS and long-term services available to help.
Approximately 3-5% of all individuals with MS experience disease onset before age 16.
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