Dyer, IN -- (ReleaseWire) -- 06/04/2018 -- Midwest Neurology Associates, an MS treatment facility and pain management center in Dyer, IN, details different ways to ease acute and chronic pain associated with multiple sclerosis (MS) in their latest blog post. When it comes to MS and viable treatment options, there is no "one shoe fits all" approach. Midwest Neurology Associates recognizes this and listens to their patients' needs so they receive the fastest relief in the quickest time.
The blog post goes on to say that just because a cure has not yet been found for MS, this does not mean that those affected by it have to live in pain and suffering for the rest of their lives. MS is a treatable condition, and there are many ways to reduce pain that starts with keeping a healthy lifestyle. The Lake County, IN neurologists go on to say that by exercising daily, eating a balanced diet, and engaging in stress-reducing techniques (think yoga and meditation), patients will see reduced symptoms of MS and less pain over time.
Another great way to manage pain that is associated with MS is to take the appropriate medications. Different medications have been known to work better on different parts of the body when it comes to MS symptoms. Therefore, it's critical to have a specialist diagnose and treat the condition. Medication options include but are not limited to steroids, antidepressants, anticonvulsants, and more.
Want to learn more about how to ease both chronic and acute pains associated with multiple sclerosis? Head on over to the Midwest Neurology Associates website and visit their blog page to view the entire post.
About Dr. Kassar and Midwest Neurology Associates
Dr. Samer Kassar is the lead practitioner at Midwest Neurology Associates. Dr. Kassar works with his team to provide a wide variety of treatments for a wide variety of neurological ailments, disorders and injuries. Dr. Kassar's Dyer, Indiana, practice has all of the latest and greatest tools available through modern science to assist with any neurological problems.
For more information, please contact Dr. Kassar at 219-200-4676 or visit http://mwneuro.com.
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