Multiple sclerosis is a debilitating disease whose symptoms arise from de-myelination of axons within brain tissue with an attendant loss of central and peripheral function. We among others have shown that transcranial delivery of pulsed focused ultrasound (pFU) can non-destructively activate central neural circuits. Others have shown enhanced myelin remodeling of axons activated by laser light in an optogenetic mouse model. We hypothesize that pFU activation of axons within MS lesions in a rodent model will decrease their de-myelination and increase their re-myelination. If successful, this non-invasive therapy may lead to rapid advancements in the treatment of MS and other de-myelinating neurological disorders.