As of 2015, there is no cure for multiple sclerosis, according to Mayo Clinic. However, there are several treatments and therapies available to help manage symptoms, speed up recovery after attacks and modify the course of the disease.
Corticosteroids, both internally and externally administered, can help reduce nerve inflammation, states Mayo Clinic. Undergoing a procedure known as plasmapheresis can also help control nerve inflammation if patients fail to respond to corticosteroids. Muscle relaxants and medicines to reduce fatigue are also helpful in managing symptoms. Additionally, preliminary testing of treatment with myelin peptides has resulted in patients with MS developing fewer lesions and having fewer relapses, according to Healthline.