WCM Neurologist Explains When to Seek (and Avoid) Emergency Care for MS

Most multiple sclerosis (MS) symptoms don’t require a trip to the emergency room, but it’s not always clear where those diagnosed with the disease should turn to when they need care quickly.

Dr. Timothy Vartanian, the director of the Judith Jaffe Multiple Sclerosis Center at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, recently spoke with Everyday Health to explain when individuals with MS should seek and avoid emergency care for their condition.

Head over to Everyday Health to learn what symptoms constitute a true emergency and what issues could be better handled with an in-person visit to a doctor’s office or urgent care center.

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