Neuroscience Stroke Care Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care Headache Treatment Epilepsy Treatment Parkinson’s Disease Treatment Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Herniated Disk Treatments Neurosurgery Sciatica (Radiculopathy) Spinal Stenosis Spinal Compression Fractures Diskectomy Kyphoplasty Laminectomy Spinal Fusion Spondylolisthesis Brain Tumors Hydrocephalus Stereotactic Radiosurgery Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Ulnar Nerve Entrapment Peroneal Nerve Entrapment Neurosurgery to Treat Chronic Pain Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a complex neurological disease with a wide range of symptoms that often look different for everyone who has the disease. Its hallmark symptom: uncertainty. There’s a lot of ambiguity about what symptoms there will be, how severe they’ll appear and how fast they’ll progress. Multiple sclerosis is a disease in which your immune system starts attacking your brain and spinal cord (central nervous system). Symptoms vary widely but can include: Numbness or weakness in limbs Partial or complete vision loss Prolonged double vision Tremors Slurred speech Fatigue Dizziness Problems with bowel and bladder function The cause of multiple sclerosis remains unknown, but Inspira neurologists can work in tandem with specialists across other disciplines to treat your disease aggressively to slow the progression of symptoms. Call 1-800-INSPIRA to make an appointment at one of our South Jersey facilities. Why Choose Inspira? Care Close to Home There’s no reason to travel outside of South Jersey when skilled neurologists are providing the best possible care right in your community. With more than 150 access points, you can have confidence in the robust care offered at Inspira. Our highly specialized physicians are experienced in providing diagnosis and treatment of multiple sclerosis. Sophisticated Treatment Experiences Although there is no cure for multiple sclerosis, medications may significantly improve your symptoms and even stop the progression of the disease. Inspira takes a multi-disciplinary approach to diagnosing and treating multiple sclerosis that addresses the entire patient experience. Our neurologists and specialists across all disciplines care about helping you understand your disease and its progression, so you can better understand how to anticipate and treat symptoms at each stage.