Sensory disturbances in MS are among the common symptoms and range from absorbent cotton and numbness to stabbing pain.
Movement limitations in MS affect 90% of all patients. Learn how to maintain your strength, balance and mobility.
Fatigue is one of the invisible symptoms of MS and very distressing. But what is chronic fatigue and how do you best manage it? Learn more.
Multiple sclerosis is called the disease of 1,000 faces because symptoms vary widely from patient to patient and over the course of MS.
The evaluation of many studies worldwide has shown that the disease-modifying therapy (DMT) is the best tool against the progression of MS.
The Motoric Cognitive Risk (MCR) Syndrome combines cognitive and physical symptoms that increase the fear and actual risk of falling.
Treatment options include relapse management, disease-modifying therapy, symptom management, complementary therapy and a healthy lifestyle.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is one disease but it is defined in different types depending on the prominent aspect at the moment of treatement.
The topic today is the pros and cons of dealing openly with the MS diagnosis. Who should know about it and who perhaps (at first) should not.
There are at least 10 reasons to see a MS neurologist when you have MS. THey include expertise, early diagnosis, personalized care, etc.