Overcoming MS (OMS) educates, supports and empowers people with MS in evidence-based lifestyle and medication choices that improve health outcomes. OMS is a global nonprofit organization that is registered as a charity in the USA, UK and Australia.

Getting started

Recovery Program

Through a series of diet and lifestyle changes – all based on rigorous scientific research and evidence – we believe people with Multiple Sclerosis can make a dramatically positive impact on their quality of life.


Join the OMS community and you're never alone.

News & Research

Stay informed on Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis's latest news and research publications, and on the studies and other important work from around the globe. We review and analyze the scientific news and research.

For Professionals

Are you a health professional providing care to people with Multiple Sclerosis? We look forward to hearing from you. This website maintains an up-to-date list of excellent resources which are invaluable for health professionals.

Next Event


01 Apr

FULLY BOOKED: Emmaus Centre Residential Retreat – Swords, Dublin

Upcoming Events

Apr 01, 2019 The Emmaus Centre, Dublin FULLY BOOKED: Emmaus Centre Residential Retreat – Swords, Dublin
May 19, 2019 Manchester, UK Simplyhealth Great Manchester Run Half Marathon
Jun 08, 2019 Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh Recovering from MS – wishful thinking or realistic optimism?
Jul 31, 2019 Landmannalaugar, Iceland Icelandic Lava Trek
Aug 27, 2019 Fuji, Japan Japan’s Mount Fuji and Lakes Treks

Fresh from OMS

Professor George Jelinek

Professor George Jelinek is the Head of OMS and the force behind its scientific research and recovery program.


Learn how to make delicious Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis-friendly foods, from the sweet to the savory, for all tastes.

OMS Book

Professor George Jelinek's new book, Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis: The Evidence-based 7 Step Recovery Program, is now available!


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