There is no cure for MS yet, but there are now FDA-approved medications that have been shown to modify or slow down the underlying course of MS
Horseback riding was a treatment for MS in the early to mid-1800s and today equine therapy is still a recommended way to help manage symptoms in some cases
Acupuncture may be an effective therapy in improving bladder function in people with MS
Although the numbers are on the rise, that does not mean MS is. Due to the recent use of MRI scanning , MS has just become easier to diagnose.