Yes, some people have tried acupuncture to reduce pain and discomfort caused by MS symptoms. In fact, about 20% of MSers have tried acupuncture.
There is a lot of anecdotal information, but it tells two stories. There are some stories that say acupuncture really helps where pain is concerned. However, there are other accounts of acupuncture actually leading to, and perhaps causing, relapses. The National MS Society recommends caution.
Your description, talking about massages is telling. There are two therapies that may be helpful for you.
First there is massage therapy. I have had my legs massaged, and they were relaxed for several days after that. I had them worked on by massage therapists as well as a yoga instructer with similar results.
The second therapy is acupressure. This seems to combine your interest of massage and your interest in massage. Talk with your doctor to determine if one of these therapies might be helpful.
I hope this was helpful to you. Other people who have tried it may respond to give you a better idea. Good luck.