Multiple Sclerosis

Successful management of Multiple Sclerosis requires a nuanced approach; a treatment that works well for one person may not work as well – or at all –  for another. Often it’s a case of trial-and-error to find the right treatment plan that works best for each individual.

Management of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) involves alleviating symptoms, relieving acute exacerbations, reducing the frequency and severity of relapse and slowing the progression of the condition to reduce the risk of long-term disability. The best results are often achieved through a combination of diet, exercise, medication, cognitive therapy, meditation and mindfulness.

Long term quality of life outcomes improve the sooner the diagnosed MS sufferer starts treatment. Lack of adherence to the treatment plan is associated with poorer outcomes.

Research continues around the world into the causes and possible cure for Multiple Sclerosis, and a range of new drug treatments are the subject of on-going clinical studies.

One of the challenges for MS sufferers is that new and promising treatments often involve off-label prescribing, at dosages that are not available on the commercial market.

National Custom Compounding can help with this.

With a script from your medical practitioner we can make up the following medications to help in the treatment of MS:

  • Medications in very low or very high doses – required for some off-label prescription medicines such as opioid antagonists
  • Potassium channel blockers
  • Bioidentical hormones in specific combinations and  ratios to treat the particular needs of the individual
  • Herbal and vitamin combinations in high doses if required.

For more information on how we can help in the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis contact National Custom Compounding on 1300 731 755 or drop a line to [email protected].

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