The Journal of multiple sclerosis (JMSO), is an open access journal on multiple sclerosis disease, etiology, cases, research news and multiple sclerosis nursing. The journal publishes contains original articles on advances in multiple sclerosis detection, symptoms, therapeutic advancements and diagnostic techniques in related to this clinically isolated syndrome. âThe primary principle in neurocognitive rehabilitation is to utilize the patientâs strength to overcome weakness. Neurocognitive therapy is based on the hypothesis that the central nervous system can improve movement in pathological conditions through correct activation of the cognitive processes of the patient including attention, memory, language and motor imagery. This therapy mainly involves exercises in which the patient has to solve cognitive or motor problems through movements of the body segments with help from the therapistâ Aruin AS et al. Exercise Approaches to Ameliorate Fatigue in People with Multiple Sclerosis.
The role of nursing and care in management of this disease is highly important and thus the journal also addresses issues related to multiple sclerosis nursing and care associated with pediatric units, medical-surgical units, rehabilitation units, emergency and trauma centers.
Last date updated on June, 2014