Multiple sclerosis is a chronic-inflammatory, relaps-remitting disease of the central nervous system.
Degradation of the myelin sheath and following depletion of nerve fibers results in physical complaints like muscle weakness, tiredness and visual disabilities as well as mental problems like depressions and anxiety states.
Multiple sclerosis is not curable, but the emergence of new flare-ups can be alleviated and reduced by various treatment possibilities.
Interferons, dimethyl fumarate, glatiramer acetate or cortisone containing preparations are used as basic therapy.
As additional therapy options specific immune suppressive and immune modular monoclonal antibodies can be used.
Patients can be supported at home by our nurses with taking or injection of their medications. Our nutrition coach can support patients with an individual nutrition therapy for multiple sclerosis.