Multiple sclerosis (MS) is neurological condition in which the coating on the nerves breaks down. This can occur and many different sites resulting in complex and variable presentations.. For people living with this condition it can vary from one episode or recurrent episodes with progressive disability particularly with movement, vision dizziness and more. As a consequence of its diverse locations and symptoms it can be a bit of mystery when patients first see the doctor.
So what is it like for someone living with MS? What treatment is available for it and what should people do to take care of the body, brain and mind when they have this condition? To answer these questions and more we will be joined by Jo Whitehouse, Senior Manager at MS Connect.
Originally broadcast on Triple H 100.1 FM on May 24, 2016.