Multiple Sclerosis

It is estimated that nearly 1 million individuals are living with multiple sclerosis (MS) in the United States.1 MS symptoms occur when your own immune system attacks the protective lining of nerves. This interrupts the normal flow of information from your brain to the rest of your body. Although there is currently no cure, when early signs of MS are observed and brain imaging is performed, the disease can be managed sooner. This leads to more favorable results and better sustainable long-term outcomes.


  • Numbness or tingling

  • Difficulty walking or strange gait

  • Muscle spasms

  • Vision problems

  • Fatigue

  • Bladder and bowel problems

  • Dizziness and vertigo

  • Weakness

  • Pain and itching (burning, stabbing, sharp, squeezing, and electric-shock-like sensations)

  • Difficulty problem solving

  • Difficulty learning, processing, and remembering new information

1Multiple Sclerosis Association of America


Alzheimer’s Disease & Dementia | Epilepsy | Multiple Sclerosis (MS) | Brain Health Home

What Are Your Next Steps?

If you have seen the signs of MS, visit your doctor to discuss your concerns.

Contact New Jersey Imaging Network when your physician feels brain imaging is needed to assist with diagnosis. Rest assured that we offer leading-edge equipment in a comfortable, convenient setting.

Contact New Jersey Imaging Network

After speaking with your physician, please contact us for next steps.

Call:  800-930-6759