Multiple sclerosis is a long-lasting disease. Fortunately, the options available for managing MS continue to expand. From approved to experimental therapies, there are many options for dealing with MS.
- Therapies for managing MS symptoms — from muscle spasms to depression, learn more about therapies you can use to manage MS symptoms.
- Approved treatments — disease modifying therapies (DMT) won’t cure MS, but they can help reduce relapses and decrease the rate of damage that MS causes. Learn more about FDA-approved disease-modifying therapies.
- Assistive devices for MS — learn more about assistive devices that can make it easier for people with MS to go about their daily lives.
- RRMS therapies — a combination of therapies is needed to deal with relapsing and remitting forms of MS. They include cognitive and behavioral therapies, physiotherapy, lifestyle changes and medication. Learn more about RRMS therapies.
- Stem cell therapies — read about the role that stem cells may play some day in the treatment of MS.
- Experimental treatments – learn more about therapies for MS that are in the pipeline but have yet to win regulatory approval.
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