vesta wrote:If the problem is skeletal body manipulators such as chiropractors and osteopaths may be needed. Dentists treat jaw misalignments which may interact with upper cervical misalignements. (Recent observations about cranial fluid dynamics, the possibility that cerebrospinal fluid build-up can "pressure" venous blood
circulation leading to a blood reflux implies that attention should be paid to
all aspects of brain physiology. In fact, before considering angioplasty, I
believe one should consult specialists in skeletal adjustment - chiropractors,
osteopaths, dentists - whose manipulations might release blocked blood/fluid
circulation from the head and spinal cord.
This is especially important if the MS develops after an accident. In such cases the problem does not reside IN the vein but
pressure ON the vein.)
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centenarian100 wrote:The national MS society says that there is no association:
http://www.nationalmssociety.org/about- ... index.aspx
There are some retrospective studies that suggest an association:
"36 patients (14.4%) had a history of trauma within the 3 months preceding the onset of their MS, compared with only 13 (5.2%) of the control subjects (χ2 = 11.3; df = 1; 0.001 < p < 0.01)."
Source: McAlpine in 1946
I guess from a theoretical perspective, trauma could cause microscopic injury to the blood-brain-barrier
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