Michelle H. Cameron

Dr. Michelle Cameron is a neurologist and a physical therapist.  She combines her rehabilitation and neurology expertise in treating patients with multiple sclerosis (MS), doing research on fall and mobility in people living with MS and, most recently, providing education and consultation on medical uses of cannabis and cannabinoids.


Journal Articles

Rice J, Cameron MH. Cannabinoids for treatment of MS symptoms: State of the evidence. Current Neurology and Neuroscience Reports. 2018 Jun 19; 18(8):50.


Martini DN, Zeeboer E, Hildebrand A, Fling BW, Hugos CL, Cameron MH. ADSTEP: Preliminary investigation of a multicomponent walking aid program in people with multiple sclerosis. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 2018, 99(10):2050-2058.


Hugos CL, Cameron MH, Chen Z, Chen Y, Bourdette D. A multicenter randomized controlled trial of two group education programs for fatigue in multiple sclerosis: Long-term (12 month) follow-up at one site. Multiple Sclerosis Journal. 2018, May 1:1352458518775920.


Loy BD, Cameron MH, O’Connor PJ. Perceived fatigue and energy are independent unipolar states: Supporting evidence. Medical Hypotheses. 2018, 113:46.-51.

Spain R, Powers K, Murchison C, Heriza E, Winges K, Yadav V, Cameron MH, et al. Lipoic acid in secondary progressive multiple sclerosis: a randomized controlled pilot trial. Neurology: Neuroimmunology & Neuroinflammation. 2017, 4(5):e374.


Cameron MH, McMillan G. Methylphenidate is likely less effective than placebo for improving imbalance, walking and fatigue in people with multiple sclerosis. Multiple Sclerosis Journal. 2017, 3(1):1-11.


Cameron M. H. Physical Agents in Rehabilitation: An Evidence-Based Approach to Practice. Philadelphia, PA: W. B. Saunders Company.  5th edition 2017, now also available in Spanish


Medical cannabis                     November 2018

Cameron MH

Panel discussion, Greater Portland Inc., Portland, OR


Cannabinoids in MS                 November 2018

Cameron MH

Presentation for the Society of Clinical Research Associates, Portland, OR


Comparing “gold standard” prospective daily self-report fall calendars with a real-time body-worn self-report device in multiple sclerosis                   

Hildebrand A, Jacobs P, Folsom J, Leitschuh J, Mosquera-Lopez C, Oganessian S, Wan E, Cameron M                                  October 2018

Poster at European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis, Berlin, Germany


Physical agents in rehabilitation

Cameron MH

Presentation for Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Department, Tartu University, Tartu, Estonia                                October 2018

Presentation for Physical Therapy Department, University of Queretaro, Mexico                                        December 2018


Updates in MS rehabilitation    

Cameron MH

Presentation for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Department, Tartu University, Tartu, Estonia                                October 2018


Clinical cannabis for the health care provider: Best practices             March & September 2018

Cameron MH                 

Program co-chair and presenter

Portland, OR


Hot topics in MS – Cannabinoids and Gut Microbiome            

Cameron MH, Sand IK             September 2018

Webinar for people with MS through Can Do MS


Clinical cannabis and pain management                      

Cameron M, Jones KD

Presentation for North West Pain Center, VA Portland Health Care Service                                           August 2018

Presentation for Legacy Emmanuel Hospital, Portland, OR                              November 2018



Symptom Management in MS: Management of Ambulatory Dysfunction in MS           April 2018

Cameron MH

Presentation at American Academy of Neurology annual meeting, Los Angeles, CA


Evaluation of a spasticity management program for people with multiple sclerosis: Full-scale study protocol

Hugos C, Cameron M

Poster at American Academy of Neurology annual meeting, Los Angeles, CA     April 2018

Poster at Consortium for MS Centers annual meeting, Nashville, TN                       May 2018