Multiple Sclerosis Complementary and Alternative Treatments Directory
Multiple sclerosis can be treated with complementary and alternative treatments. Some of these remedies have shown signs of helping those with MS, but always check with your doctor before trying any new treatments. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about MS alternative treatments, the pros and cons of each, and much more.
Tips to Work With Your MS Health Care Team
Multiple sclerosis (MS) may require medical care from health care team. Learn more.
Alternative and Complementary Therapies for Multiple Sclerosis
Learn about the different types of alternative and complementary therapies being used to treat multiple sclerosis, including questions you should ask before trying one.
Occupational Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis
Learn more from WebMD about the role of occupational therapy in helping people with multiple sclerosis (MS) manage everyday activities.
Riskier Alternative Therapies for MS
Some people with MS try alternative therapies to relieve symptoms. Do bee stings, cobra venom, hypnosis, and Reiki help with pain, fatigue, or immune response? WebMD looks at the studies.
Does Food Affect Multiple Sclerosis?
Does your diet affect your MS? While no food cures it or causes it, you’ll want to know what the research shows about nutrition and multiple sclerosis.
Multiple Sclerosis: Planning for Your Future
Planning ahead, including for insurance and finances, is key when you have a chronic condition like multiple sclerosis (MS). Get tips to get started.
MS and Depression: Tips for Mental Fitness
Learn how healthy habits can help with depression if you have multiple sclerosis.
Alternative Medicine and Complementary Care
A look at alternative therapy for MS, such as acupuncture, massage, medical marijuana, herbs, and more.