Multiple Sclerosis Clinic

Multiple Sclerosis Clinic

The MS Clinic is affiliated with the UBC MS Clinic and provides care for people living with Multiple Sclerosis across Vancouver Island. 

The Clinic is located at Royal Jubilee Hospital in Victoria.

A team of health care providers work together to provide comprehensive care. 

Services include:

  • psychiatry consultation
  • physical medicine consultation
  • botox for spasticity
  • neurology consultation

Treatment options include:

  • disease modifying agents (special therapies including Rebif, Betaseron, Avonex, Copaxone, Tysabri and Mitoxantrone)
  • symptomatic treatments with both pharmacologic agent and physical measures.

We also provide assistance to deal with the special needs of persons with MS and their family members.

General Information on Multiple Sclerosis Clinic

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Multiple Sclerosis Clinic(Victoria)



Royal Jubilee Hospital (RJH)

Royal Jubilee Hospital (RJH)

1952 Bay St 
Victoria, B.C. 
V8R 1J8


Victoria General Hospital

Victoria General Hospital (VGH)

1 Hospital Way
Victoria, B.C.
V8Z 6R5


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