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Being told you have multiple sclerosis or that you’re experiencing new symptoms because of a relapse can bring about a myriad of emotions.

Your patient and their loved ones will likely have many questions: how it may affect their lifestyle, how it can be treated and how they can get the support they need right now. We’re here to help with all these questions and more.

At MS Plus, we provide support, information and resources to help your patients to live well with multiple sclerosis and other neurological conditions.

We can help your patients learn how to manage their symptoms and be a part of a community committed to making things easier. One day at a time.

What is MS

Understanding MS

Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune condition of the central nervous system. It interferes with nerve impulses in the brain, spinal cord and optic nerves. Here you can find out about the types of multiple sclerosis, causes and the genetic and environmental factors.

Treatment information sheets

Treatment information sheets

The key goal in managing multiple sclerosis is to minimise relapses, restore function and reduce the impact of symptoms on daily life. One way to achieve this is through disease modifying treatments. Find out more about the many therapies available in Australia.

Upcoming webinars

Resources to live well

People with multiple sclerosis can experience a range of symptoms and they may be affected differently at different life stages. We have a range of resources to help your patients learn how to manage their symptoms so they can live well.

MS in other languages

MS in other languages

We’re committed to cultural diversity. This means recognising and appreciating cultural differences and encouraging participation by all. On this page you’ll find translated resources and links to the national Telephone Interpreter Service for your patients.

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