Experts analyze options for treating multiple sclerosis-related cognitive impairment

‘Evidence suggests that cognitive rehabilitation is effective in MS-related cognitive dysfunction, and may confer long-lasting effects,’ said Dr. DeLuca. ‘Access to cognitive rehabilitation therapy is likely to increase as remote options for delivery become more widely accepted, such as programs for home computers and telerehabilitation services.’ Exercise training also shows promise for enhancing cognitive function. ‘As studies continue to evolve, clinical applications of exercise recommendations are likely to be implemented within the next ten years.’