Multiple Sclerosis

The Pacific Northwest is believed to have one of the highest rates of multiple sclerosis in the world, so it’s natural that the Swedish Neuroscience Institute is home to a world-class MS Center.

We help people with MS live to their fullest by providing an array of crucial services in one location. Our experts are recognized for compassionate care that includes the latest medical treatments but also addresses the emotional and physical needs of patients. We do all of this in a welcoming, state-of-the-art setting that nurtures community.

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Research

The MS Center at Swedish is one of the country’s leading research centers. We offer some of the most promising new medications to treat the disease, and we are deeply involved in research to find the cause of MS.
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Programs & Events

From yoga to a book club to our annual art show, the MS center helps people with multiple sclerosis connect with others, create community and have fun. Many activities are free and open to people regardless of where they seek care.
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Comprehensive Wellness

A positive spirit is just as important as clinical care. We nurture emotional and physical wellness with customized exercise programs and support groups. We also help with financial assistance, employment and more.
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Patient Stories

Get first-hand accounts about why the Swedish MS Center was the right choice for our patients.
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MS Center Blog

Read our blog to hear from the MS Center’s specialists on the latest in MS research, comprehensive care, physical rehabilitation and mental wellness.
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MS Center Newsletter

Receive free monthly newsletters about the latest at the MS Center. We conduct research and offer many activities and programs, including support groups.
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