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Partners in MS Care


Partners in MS Care are healthcare providers who have demonstrated knowledge and expertise in treating patients with MS. These providers have a relationship with the National MS Society that helps connect their patients to the information, resources and support available to them live their best lives with MS. 

The National MS Society’s Partners in MS Care program includes a variety of health care providers, including, but not limited to, neurologists, physical therapists, social workers, neuro-ophthalmologists, urologist, long term care providers and Centers for Comprehensive Care that provide coordinated multi-disciplinary MS care.

To find your Partner in MS Care, use the search tools below. New Partners in MS Care are regularly added. If you do not find what you are searching for, want personal assistance, or seek additional names of healthcare providers, please contact an MS Navigator. Finding the right provider and learning to advocate for the care you need is important. Learn more about developing your healthcare team.


Pediatric Centers

In 2006, the National MS Society established a nationwide network of Pediatric MS Centers engaged in research to better understand the cause(s) of MS, characteristics of these disorders in children, and how best to provide care for children with MS.  In addition to engagement in research, these centers offer comprehensive evaluation and care to children and teens (up to age 18). A child does not need to have a definite diagnosis of MS in order to be evaluated by one of these centers.

In addition to the centers in the network, search below for neurologic care or centers for comprehensive care in your state, and those with a pediatric specialty will be noted.


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