The Multiple Sclerosis & Advanced Neurological Therapeutics Center celebrates World Multiple Sclerosis Day with a special offer
Spreading the message “Multiple sclerosis is treatable” and prompted by World Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Day, IASO General’s Multiple Sclerosis & Advanced Neurological Therapeutics Center (31 May) offers you a free of charge physical examination by a specialized neurologist. At the same time, a head MRI can be directly planned, if deemed necessary, without any delays or time-consuming waiting.
The offer is valid for all those who call at +30 210 6502662 (Mon-Fri 8:00-16:00) by Friday 30 June 2017 to schedule an appointment.
IASO General’s Multiple Sclerosis & Advanced Neurological Therapeutics Center is one of the few well-organized centers in Greece which provides comprehensive treatment to MS patients, being fully supported by IASO General’s and IASO Group’s modern infrastructure.
Following European and International Guidelines, IASO General’s Multiple Sclerosis & Advanced Neurological Therapeutics Center applies all current therapies –immunomodifying, symptomatic – as well as advanced immunotherapies, plasmapheresis, immunosuppression, etc. Moreover, our Center conducts extensive research by applying therapeutic protocols, even early-phase ones.
The Chief of the Center, Specialized Neurologist Ms Stefania Sotirli, and the Deputy Chief, Specialized Neurologist Mr Grigorios Chilakos, are highly trained Physicians holding multiyear experience in MS patients across all forms and severities, and they apply research therapeutic protocols in a large number of patients.
Even though it mostly affects young and active people, Multiple Sclerosis may be controlled in the long run with applicable therapy and proper monitoring, so that patients continue to be functional and enjoy a better quality of life, to the extent possible.
For more press information:
IASO Group’s Department of Commercial Management: Ms Nancy Christopoulou, tel.: +30 210 6502853, e-mail: [email protected],
Ms Chrysa Theodorou, tel.: +30 210 6502660, e-mail: [email protected]