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Multidisciplinary rehabilitation (MDR) is an important component of symptomatic and supportive treatment for multiple sclerosis (MS), but evidence base for its effectiveness is yet to be established.
To assess the effectiveness of organised MDR in adults with MS. MDR was defined as an inpatient, outpatient, home or community based programme, delivered by two or more disciplines in conjunction with physician consultation, and targeted towards improvements at the level of activity and/or participation.
The Cochrane MS Group methods search strategy identified all randomised (RCT) and controlled (CCT) clinical trials that compared MDR with routinely available local services or lower levels of intervention, or trials comparing interventions in different settings or at different levels of intensity. Three reviewers selected trials and rated their methodological quality …