Again I hear you, Dr.
Is the difference then that there are not studies or research that supports consistent outcomes?
Is it operator dependent?
Is there insufficient agreement/definition on the 'disease'?
No peer reviewed studies?
No FDA approvals?
Why for instance is Chiropractic thought to be slight of hand, a fictitious treatment?
What needs to change?
Why is Chiropractic not accepted, what is the reason/s?
Is it that there are UCCA Atlas type Chiro's who are genuinely treating and can prove through xrays for instance and the standard run of the mill Chiropractors who are unable to substantiate what they have done, especially by xray for instance?
Why is it that these treatments are simply not being accepted as beneficial to PwMS, and or in your case as well.
Admittedly treatment is happening because individuals are seeking QOL (quality of life) improvements and have exhausted the mainstream methods without success.
The quest is to accepted, same in personal life I guess.