Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

Understanding MS: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Rehabilitation

I have personally witnessed the effects that Multiple Sclerosis (MS) may have on a person's life as a neurologist. The symptoms of this chronic, frequently disabling condition that affects the central nervous system can be minor to severe.

Medicana Health Group provides all-inclusive MS care to its patients, from diagnosis to therapy and management.

The following are some of the main features of our MS program:


Diagnosis is a vital component of the MS program, as it is the first step in establishing the best course of treatment for each patient. To correctly diagnose MS, we employ several cutting-edge diagnostic methods and instruments at our institutions.

One of the leading diagnostic technologies we use is magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), which lets us view in-depth brain and spinal cord images to spot lesions or other abnormalities. We also use alternative imaging methods like computed tomography (CT) and positron emission tomography (PET) to gather more data.

In addition to imaging, we conduct a comprehensive physical examination and assess your medical history to identify possible MS symptoms or risk factors. We may also perform a spinal tap, often known as a lumbar puncture, to examine the cerebrospinal fluid for indicators of inflammation or other anomalies.

We can accurately diagnose MS and personalize each patient's treatment plan by employing a thorough diagnostic methodology. Our neurologists collaborate closely with each patient to ensure they receive the most efficient and suitable care possible.


Each patient's best course of action will depend on their needs and circumstances. There are various techniques for treating MS. The following are some typical MS treatments:

• Drugs that delay the progression of the disease and lessen the frequency and severity of relapses are known as "disease-modifying therapy." Numerous disease-modifying treatments are available, including infusions, oral medicines, and injectable drugs.

• Symptomatic therapy: These therapies treat particular MS symptoms such as tiredness, spasticity, incontinence, and cognitive decline. Depending on the symptoms, treatment options could include prescription drugs, physical therapy, or other measures.

• Rehabilitation therapy can help patients manage these difficulties and enhance their quality of life. MS can result in a variety of physical and cognitive deficits. Physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and cognitive rehabilitation are a few examples of rehabilitation therapies.

• Supportive therapies: Because MS can be complex and unpredictable, patients may need social and emotional assistance in addition to medical care. Supportive treatment may include counseling, support groups, and other tools to help patients and their families cope with the effects of MS.

At Medicana Health Group, we treat MS using a multidisciplinary approach, utilizing the knowledge of various medical specialists to deliver thorough care. Our neurologists collaborate closely with psychologists and rehabilitation specialists to create individualized treatment regimens considering each patient's requirements and objectives.


Rehabilitation is a critical component of our hospital's MS program. To enhance patients' quality of life and manage their MS symptoms, our team of professionals collaborates closely with patients to create tailored rehabilitation regimens.

Physical, occupational, and speech therapy, counseling, and support services may all be part of the rehabilitation process. Physical therapy can help patients increase their balance, strength, and coordination, all of which can be impacted by MS. Occupational therapy can help patients maintain their independence by assisting them in learning new skills or adjusting to changes in their physical capabilities.

Speech therapy may also be advised for individuals who have MS-related speech or swallowing difficulties. Additionally, to help patients cope with the emotional and psychological effects of MS, our team may suggest counseling and support programs. Our hospital is dedicated to offering MS patients comprehensive care, including rehabilitation programs, to help them manage the disease's problems and enhance their quality of life.

Multidisciplinary Approach

As a neurologist team, we know that treating multiple sclerosis (MS) necessitates a coordinated and all-encompassing strategy. Because of this, we adopt a multidisciplinary approach in which a group of medical experts collaborate to manage the illness and enhance the patient's quality of life.

Our interdisciplinary team includes neurologists, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, social workers, and psychologists. Each expert brings a unique set of abilities to treat MS holistically.

The neurologist is a crucial team member, making the initial diagnosis and organizing the course of treatment. While occupational therapists assist patients with managing daily activities, physical therapists help patients retain their strength and mobility. Speech therapists treat patients with speech or swallowing issues.

Social workers and psychologists offer counseling and support to help patients and their families cope with the emotional and psychological effects of the disease, as well as any potential social and lifestyle adjustments. Our team consists of neurologists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists, psychologists, and other medical specialists to provide complete care.

To meet our patients' various needs, we collaborate with other medical professionals, such as urologists, ophthalmologists, and dietitians. We aim to ensure that each patient gets the assistance required to control their symptoms and maintain their standard of living. We strive to give MS patients the best care possible using a patient-centered and multidisciplinary approach.

Living with MS can be difficult, so we at Medicana Health Group are dedicated to giving each patient compassionate, individualized treatment. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you or someone you know has MS, would like more information, or would like to make an appointment with one of our neurologists. You can contact us at +90 850 4601010 or by email at [email protected].

Created at 11.10.2023 06:20
Updated at 21.05.2024 10:30
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