The Elliot Lewis Center for Multiple Sclerosis Care is one of the largest multiple sclerosis centers in the metro Boston area and in all of New England. The Center offers state-of-the-art medical care, including diagnosis, symptom management and disease modifying treatments, social work, and access to the latest clinical trials.

The Center is unique in its ability to offer comprehensive care from a skilled team of professionals. The team at The Elliot Lewis Center for Multiple Sclerosis Care includes two multiple sclerosis specialists, a multiple sclerosis certified nurse, a dedicated infusion team, research coordinators and administrative staff. The Center works closely with specialists from other disciplines including ophthalmology, physical therapy, and urology.

The Elliot Lewis Center has an independent infusion center for treatment with all approved multiple sclerosis therapies. The multiple sclerosis infusion center is conveniently located within The Elliot Lewis Center, so access and care is streamlined.

The Elliot Lewis Center is affiliated with the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers and recognized as a Center of Excellence by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

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We have named our center after two very special people, Dr. Elliot Frohman and Nurse Jeanne Lewis. Dr. Frohman has shared his boundless energy and unbridled support, even when the MS Center was just a dream. Jeanne has worked tirelessly on behalf of our patients for over 10 years; she is always smiling and never asking for any acknowledgement of her talents. We have the utmost respect and love for them both and we thank them.

Dr. Katz and Dr. Lathi have a genuine appreciation for nature’s beauty and diversity. The dragonfly in The Elliot Lewis Center for Multiple Sclerosis Care logo symbolizes regeneration, the ability to change and live life to the fullest. “As a gardener, every spring I look forward to the return of the dragonflies,” says Dr. Lathi, an accomplished gardener with a passion for horticulture. “There are days when hundreds of dragonflies are buzzing around the garden, enjoying the sunshine, water, and lush foliage. For me, they herald the re-awakening of life and tell me once again that the garden is healthy and full of vitality.”