Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and Neuroimmunology Conditions We Treat

Neuroimmunological disorders such as multiple sclerosis (MS) happen when the body attacks the central nervous system. These attacks can lead to permanent nerve damage, causing symptoms such as weakness, tingling and numbness. Cedars-Sinai experts have specialized training and excel in treating a range of rare and complex diagnoses.

Types of MS We Treat

Other Neuroimmunological Diseases We Treat

  • Autoimmune encephalitis, in which the body's immune system attacks healthy brain cells
  • Neurologic manifestations of rheumatologic disease, with complications of conditions affecting the joints and connective tissue
  • Neuromyelitis optica, in which immune system cells attack the nerves in the eyes and spinal cord
  • Neurosarcoidosis, with inflammation throughout the body in people with sarcoidosis
  • Paraneoplastic neuroimmune conditions, in which nervous system disorders affect people with cancer 
  • Transverse myelitis, a rare form of inflammation in the spinal cord

Learn more about the diagnostic services and treatments we offer for multiple sclerosis and other neuroimmunology conditions.

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