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Q&A With Lacey Bromley From the University of Buffalo: Balancing Physical Therapy in Multiple Sclerosis Patients with Movement Disorders
Q&A With Lacey Bromley From the University of Buffalo: Balancing Physical Therapy in Multiple Sclerosis Patients with Movement Disorders
One of the most important things for many patients with multiple sclerosis is their ability to be able to move on their own despite the condition. Sometimes the reasons they are unable to move the way they want may go beyond the original diagnosis.
Lemtrada's Benefits Can Help Multiple Sclerosis Patients Where Others Have Failed
In a longterm condition like multiple sclerosis finding the proper treatment option can often be a difficult task. A medication was recently approved to help patients who have struggled to find that help in the past.
Q&A With Lacey Bromley From the University of Buffalo: Proper Nutrition Helps Immune System of Patients With Multiple Sclerosis
Proper nutrition can benefit everyone but keeping a healthy diet can be especially important for patients with multiple sclerosis.
Q&A With Maureen Mealy, RN, from Johns Hopkins: Diagnosing and Treating Neuromyelitis Optica Possible with Proper Tools
While it is a rare condition and no medications have been approved for its treatment patients with neuromyelitis optica can get the help they need if doctors know what they are looking for.
Q&A With Maureen Mealy, RN, from Johns Hopkins: Neuromyelitis Optica and Multiple Sclerosis Differences Matter in Diagnosis and Treatment
The symptoms of neuromyelitis optica and multiple sclerosis may appear similar at first glance but an improper diagnosis can create more issues for patients than they originally experienced.
Q&A With Pavan Bhargava of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine: Studying the Microbiome in Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis
As more is learned about the gut microbiome researchers are finding new ways to apply it to other fields of medicine. A recent study looked at how it can affect multiple sclerosis and what role it can have in future treatment options.
Early Diagnosis and Treatment is the Key for Multiple Sclerosis
Increased awareness of risk factors and symptoms among primary care physicians, prompt referral of suspected cases to specialists, and a growing armamentarium of disease-modifying drugs lead to better prognosis for patients.

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