Dyer, IN -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/29/2019 -- Though there is no cure for multiple sclerosis (MS), treatments can help lessen MS symptoms and provide leg, neck, and back pain relief in Highland, IN, and beyond. The board-certified medical professionals at Midwest Neurology Associates are proud to provide comprehensive MS treatment plans that can alleviate symptoms and lessen pain.
MS is a condition that affects the brain and the spinal column. MS causes the body's own immune system to attack the protective sheaths that cover the nerve cells and fibers. This can cause miscommunication between the parts of the central nervous system, resulting in pain and other negative symptoms. Depending on the severity of the MS, an individual may only deal with infrequent bouts of mild pain — or they may lose their ability to walk or deal with pain every day. Patients who live with MS might find themselves having trouble doing everything from driving to picking things up off the floor to completing basic chores.
The team at Midwest Neurology Associates has extensive experience creating comprehensive plans to combat the symptoms of MS. No matter if they deal with occasional or daily pain, Midwest Neurology Associates creates customized treatment plans to help patients take their lives back from MS pain.
Residents living with MS don't have to deal with pain — treatment options are available. Anyone interested in learning more about how infusion therapy in Lake County, IN, can help with MS symptoms is encouraged to contact the team at Midwest Neurology Associates by calling 219-200-4676. The team can also be found online at https://mwneuro.com, where interested parties can read more about MS treatments or submit a request for contact form.
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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