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Medications can help ease MS attacks and possibly slow the disease. Physical therapy and other treatments help control symptoms -- and improve your quality of life.

Treatment

There’s hope for MS, with several drugs that can help slow the disease. Read more about disease-modifying drugs.

Medications used to treat MS.

This surgical procedure is effective in controlling tremors, but it has risks. Read this brief overview.

Muscle spasms and stiffness are triggered by many factors. This overview explains what’s happening -- and what helps. Click here.

Embarrassing bladder problems are common, and they can be solved. Learn to regain control of your bladder. Click here.

Certain interventions could relieve MS symptoms and improve quality of life. Read more about the alternative options.

Ampyra (dalfampridine) is a new and different treatment option for MS.

Acupuncture and other alternatives can relieve pain. Read the exciting research.

Care

Multiple sclerosis is a complex condition, so several specialists will be involved in your care. Click here to meet your health care team.

With physical therapy, your quality of life can improve. Learn the benefits of physical therapy. Click here.

Your everyday life can be easier and more productive with an occupational therapist’s help. Click here to learn more.

Hot climates can worsen your MS symptoms, but you can gain control. Learn what to do.

As the body changes with MS, so does bowel control. These tips will help you deal with incontinence, diarrhea, and constipation. Click here.

Damaged nerves can cause these problems. Speech therapy techniques can help. Click here to learn more.

Most MS-related pain can be treated, but it’s not as simple as taking an aspirin. Click here to read about pain treatments.

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