The Ohio State Multiple Sclerosis Clinic is one of the largest in the country
The Ohio State Multiple Sclerosis Clinic treats more than 4,000 patients. Our physician-scientists have gained national recognition in improving treatment options for patients with multiple sclerosis. Our Multiple Sclerosis Center’s unique features include:
- MS Spasticity Center for administering and monitoring treatments for severe and disabling stiffness (spasticity) in the limbs
- An in-house infusion suite for intravenous therapies
- On-site 3 Tesla MRI machine for superior images of patients’ brains and spinal cords
- One of the country’s few 7 Tesla MRI scanners designed for neurological clinical studies
- Innovative equipment to monitor disease progression through the retina of the eye
Ohio State has an entire team of professionals dedicated to diagnosing and managing MS, all within our Multiple Sclerosis Center:
- Two neurologists with fellowship training in MS
- Nurse practitioner
- Infusion nurses
- Social worker
- Physical therapists
Our Multiple Sclerosis Center serves our Neurological Institute, which brings together physicians, scientists, nurses and therapists to develop new technologies and better treatments for people with complex neurological conditions.
At the Multiple Sclerosis Center, our multidisciplinary team collaborates to provide cutting-edge patient care while researching the latest treatments and discoveries.
Faculty in the Media
Our Multiple Sclerosis experts often get the opportunity to share their insights with state, national and international news outlets.