Chiropractic care for MS for dummies?

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Chiropractic care for MS for dummies?

Postby orphansparrow » Sat May 26, 2018 9:22 am

Hi all. I have read through some threads, but don't usually understand what people are referring to, and I'm wondering if someone can direct me to info about chiropractic care for MS in general.

My husband has PPMS, and is not taking any medication at all (for about a year), and has been on the Wahl's diet for about 2 years. We are interested in learning how chiropractic care might help him.

Thank you!
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Re: Chiropractic care for MS for dummies?

Postby vesta » Mon Jun 04, 2018 3:08 am

orphansparrow wrote:Hi all. I have read through some threads, but don't usually understand what people are referring to, and I'm wondering if someone can direct me to info about chiropractic care for MS in general.

My husband has PPMS, and is not taking any medication at all (for about a year), and has been on the Wahl's diet for about 2 years. We are interested in learning how chiropractic care might help him.

Thank you!


Greetings:

Check out Chiropractor Dr Scott Rosa's work on CCSVI Alliance www.ccsvi.org/. I believe MS presents a problem with obstructed fluid circulation (venous blood flow/cerebral spinal fluid) through the central nervous system. It is imperative to overcome obstructions to free fluid flows. I also think PPMS in particular originates in a damaged spine (accident, childhood sports trauma, heavy physical work trauma?) A chiropractor should be the best therapist to try to resolve obstructions to cerebral spinal fluid. Look to obtaining an exam by the FONAR upright cinematic MRI to see how fluids flow. Check out my site https://www.mscureenigmas.net/ where I explain this in detail. NUCCA chiropractors focus on the cervicals.
As with all therapies, skills and knowledge vary, but if you focus on freeing fluid obstructions, I think your husband can find some relief.

Best regards, Vesta
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Re: Chiropractic care for MS for dummies?

Postby ElliotB » Mon Jun 04, 2018 12:46 pm

Your best bet to find out if a chiropractor can help you is to talk to one and then try a few treatments. Chiropractors help many people but not everyone. I have had success with chiropractic services over the years not related to MS.


Many chiropractors also practice Applied Kinesiology (most internet articles on Applied Kinesiology conclude that it is not legit, but who knows, it is not expensive and it could be worth a try also as many people do have favorable experiences). I have been visiting one for the past week and after two treatments have finally got through a night without having to get up for hours from pain for the 1st time in about 4 years. Could just be a coincidence... Although I am skeptical about Applied Kinesiology, I do plan to continue treatment at least for a little while.
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Re: Chiropractic care for MS for dummies?

Postby orphansparrow » Wed Aug 15, 2018 7:47 pm

Thank you for your replies @vesta and @ElliotB I really appreciate it!
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Re: Chiropractic care for MS for dummies?

Postby ElliotB » Thu Aug 16, 2018 6:38 am

Just a bit of an update on my experience.

I had to skip several weeks of seeing my chiropractor and since I didn't notice any difference, I have decided to discontinue using him. At least for now.
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