Multiple Sclerosis

Conquer it.

The Neurology Department for Little River Healthcare divides Multiple Sclerosis to help you maximize life.
For many, Multiple Sclerosis is a mysterious, sudden disorder that practically nails its victims to their beds, stealing any mobility and motivation left within.
It’s OK. The nightmare is over. We are here to help.
If you’re experiencing symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis, click the green “Schedule Now” button to book an appointment online with our fantastic neurologist in Georgetown, Rockdale, or Temple. Or browse the links on the left to learn more about our team, what we do, and how we do it.

 
 
 
 
 

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MS Center Locations
Texas Neurology

King’s Daughters Clinic – Neurology Center
1905 SW H.K. Dodgen Loop
Temple, TX 76502
Phone: (254) 298-2400
Treating Multiple Sclerosis patients from Belton, Copperas Cove, Harker Heights, Killeen, Temple, and Waco.

Georgetown Specialty Clinic
1512 Leander Road
Georgetown, TX 78628
Phone: (512) 948-7611
Treating Multiple Sclerosis patients from Austin, Round Rock, Pflugerville, Georgetown, and Hutto.

Rockdale Medical Clinic
602 N Main St.
Rockdale, TX 76567
Phone: (512) 446-4555
Treating Multiple Sclerosis patients from Cameron, Rockdale, Taylor, and all of Milam County.

If you suffer from any combination of these Multiple Sclerosis symptoms, click here to book an appointment with Dr. Obih now.
☐ Blurred Vision
☐ Lack of Coordination
☐ Weakness in Arm
☐ Difficulty Thinking
☐ Loss of Balance
☐ Unusual Sensations
☐ Feeling ‘Pins and Needles’
☐ Changes in Urination Habits
☐ Difficulty Walking
☐ Dizziness and Vertigo
☐ Extreme Fatigue
☐ Sexual Problems
☐ Stiffness in Legs
☐ Muscle Spasms
☐ Changes in Speech
☐ Difficulty Breathing
☐ Significant Pain
☐ Mood Swings

 
 

If you suffer from any combination of these symptoms of neurological disorders, click here to book an appointment with Dr. Obih now.
Multiple Sclerosis is a chronic, typically progressive disease involving damage to the sheaths of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. It essentially eats away at your nervous system’s protection, leaving you vulnerable to a plethora of dangerous symptoms.

In general, there is no way to completely prevent the development of Multiple Sclerosis, but research shows that the following may help:
• Take a Vitamin D Supplement
• Reduce Stress Levels
• Stop Smoking Cigarettes
• Spend Plenty of Time Outside
• Follow a Healthy Diet
• Treat Hormone Imbalances
• Know Your Family History
• Adequate Omega-3 Acids
The cause of multiple sclerosis is unknown, though it is believed to be an autoimmune disease. A combination of factors, ranging from genetics to childhood infections, may play a role.
The following factors may create a heightened risk of developing Multiple Sclerosis in the Austin-Waco-College Station regions:
• Being Female
• Vitamin D Deficiency
• Caucasion Ethnicity
• Smoking Cigarettes
• Between Ages 20 – 50
• Epstein-Barr Virus (Mono)
• Autoimmune Disorders
• Diabetes Type I
• Inflammatory Bowel Disease
• Family History of MS
• Extreme Grief / Stress
• Living Near the Earth’s Poles
• Being Born in the Spring
• Hormone Imbalances