285x285_Best_MS_Apps_2014_12EDSS Calculator
The Toronto EDSS Calculator helps healthcare professionals and researchers compute the Expanded Disability Severity Score (EDSS) for patients with Multiple Sclerosis. The application facilitates the rapid and accurate calculation of the EDSS using Kurtzke’s algorithm.
Available on Android, iPhone and iPad

 

Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis
From podcasts at your fingertips to recipes, and even a place to send your photos of the surprised expression of your neurologist when he sees how well you are doing! This app represents the Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis charity. It is a non-profit charity that has branches all over the world and its sole aim is to help people overcome multiple sclerosis.
Available on Android

MedCoach
MedCoach is an easy-to-use medical app that helps you remember to take your medications and pills at the right time and day. Never forget to take your meds! MedCoach can also connect to your pharmacy to refill your prescriptions. MedCoach is medication management and a medication reminder made easy!
Available on Android

My MS Manager
MSAA’s free, new app offers individuals a convenient and effective tool to manage the ever-changing course of the disease:
• Track disease activity
• Store medical information
• Generate charts and reports across various metrics like treatments, moods, symptoms, and more
Available on Android, iPhone and iPad

MyMSTeam Mobile
MyMSTeam is the only social network dedicated to those living with multiple sclerosis. Stay connected & share with others like you who understand. “I think this will be the next big site for people with MS to connect and hear from others how we all cope!” -Bill, Roberts, WI
Available on Android and iPhone

MS Self
If you have been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, you understand the ways it may change your life. Staying informed and taking action is important in managing MS symptoms, coordinating with your healthcare team, and living with MS. In the MS self app, you will find practical advice and information that may be beneficial to you.
Available on iPhone and iPad

iBiomed
Organize your Health and synchronize with the caregivers in your life! iBioMed is an Organizer & Social Network for Health. Any person living with a complex Health condition will benefit from this software. It eases the burden on them and their caregivers by providing easy, efficient, portable and reliable record keeping.
Available on iPod and iPad

MS Journal
This injection-tracking app tells you when and where to inject your medication next. You’re more likely to adhere to doctor’s orders with this reminder app. As a bonus, MS Journal allows you to save comments and email reports to yourself or your doctor.
Available on iPhone $0.99

RxmindMe
RxmindMe is a medication reminder app designed to help you keep track of your medicines. You can set up your medication reminder notifications, complete with dosage information, and record when you’ve taken them.
Available on iPod and iPad

Momentum Magazine
Momentum, the flagship magazine of the National MS Society, is the largest MS-related publication in the world. The quarterly, interactive magazine app reflects the publication’s redesigned look and includes stories by and about people living with MS, expert opinion from MS specialists, and reports on current events, MS advocacy and recent advances in MS research.
Available on Android and iPhone and iPad

Also check these resources for more
MS Treatment Apps on the go!

Important Note

Please be aware that by using third-party apps, you agree to the collection and use of information in accordance with their respective Privacy Policies and Terms and Conditions.


©Willeke Van Eeckhoutte and Ireland, Multiple Sclerosis & Me, 2011-2015. Unauthorised use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this blog’s author and/or owner are strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Willeke Van Eeckhoutte and Ireland, Multiple Sclerosis & Me with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

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