MSBEST’s comprehensive systematic reviews cover topics that are important to the independence and quality of life for people living with MS.
Our reviews are organized into modules that focus on the management of common multiple sclerosis symptoms, their associated interventions, and the desired outcomes. Modules contain lay summaries of evidence, tables with key information about each article, and levels of evidence statements. The MSBEST team of clinicians and researchers provide their expert interpretation of the research.
New modules and module updates are made available on the website as they are completed.
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Pharmacological interventions for addressing cognition in persons with multiple sclerosis
Non-pharmacological interventions for addressing cognition in persons with multiple sclerosis
Pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions for neurogenic bowel rehabilitation in persons with multiple sclerosis
Non-pharmacological interventions for spasticity rehabilitation in persons with multiple sclerosis
Pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions for the prevention and treatment of low bone mass and high fragility fracture risk in persons with multiple sclerosisTo be updated...
Team-based rehabilitation approaches for three main outcomes in persons with multiple sclerosis: self-care activities, participation, and quality of life