Multiple Sclerosis Care in Los Angeles County

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It is one of the more unpredictable diseases, Multiple Sclerosis can have a wide range of symptoms, severity, and progress depending on the individual.  To simply put it, multiple sclerosis is a disease of the immune system.  The central nervous becomes the target of the immune system.  Common symptoms include fatigue, bladder or bowel dysfunction, pain, depression, vision problems, and more.  While multiple sclerosis can disrupt the lives of the patient, those with MS tend to have normal to near normal life expectancy according to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.  Though the symptoms can be varied, majority of those with MS usually do not become severely disabled.

Since life can mean interruptions after interruptions for someone with multiple sclerosis, that is why A-1 Home Care is your solutions for in home care.  Our experienced and skilled caregivers such as Nora Palanco and Glenda Cisneros, are ready to tackle any home care challenges.  Many of our caregivers have the right expertise equipped to be great multiple sclerosis caregivers, in addition to other home care areas like arthritis care, cancer care, alzheimer care, hip surgery care, hospice care, parkinson’s care, and more.  We place our caregivers all over Los Angeles County, with clients in Hollywood, Santa Monica, Malibu, Redondo Beach, Studio City, Century City, Burbank, Pasadena, and other communities.

Call 562-929-8400 today to being immediate service, or visit www.a-1domestic.com to learn more.  Check out our Facebook page when you have time!

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