Multiple Sclerosis or “MS” is a health condition to which there is presently no cure and thus is considered a chronic health condition.  While there is much known about MS much is unknown and rigorous medical research continues forward.


In multiple sclerosis the condition is characterized as an autoimmune disease whereby a persons immune system attacks their central nervous system or CNS known as exacerbation’s.  The CNS is comprised of the brain, spinal cord and optic nerves. Damage caused to cells within the CNS results in signal loss between cells. This loss of signaling can cause signal failures within the CNS which appear as symptoms of this complex health condition.

Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms

Musculoskeltal Related Symptoms

Vision Related Symptoms