Hello Dear Doctor Flanagan. How can you say something like that? We both have MS and we should be on drugs. This is known for many many years, haven't you heard?
Seriously, i ve read it and a wild guess would be that many others have already done so. Maybe some success stories will arise soon enough, with people feeling even a bit better. I d love for me to be the first though
When I was diagnosed 2 years ago, first thing my lovely mother did was to remind me about that awful motorbike accident. I remember my negativity and my anger when she insisted through the following months. After all, i had already visited the top MS specialists and I knew better. You can only imagine her reaction when she saw the x rays Dr Koontz took. She was ready to realign my neck using a chair or something and of course i don't blame her.
Anyway, I guess mothers know better since for me it was just a bump in the head while for her, seeing her son on a hospital bed not being able to remember a thing was something more than that. I think it is worth to mention that having open minded and supportive loved ones is more than important.
I wish I could bumb onto a topic like this one 10 years ago. A wild guess would be that my life would be way better today.
Nevertheless, I consider my story a success story and even though this kind of publicity is certainly the worst one would want, I want for others to explore the possibility of having cervical subluxations. It is extremely hard for me to imagine that I am a unique case and unfortunately, I know first hand that the "liberation" treatment can only help some of us. For me, it was a very good thing but not the solution. Same goes for drugs. Or should I take it further and say what I really think of MS drugs? Wrong place to do it. All in all, i can't totally blame those who keep a distance from the latest developments in the field. As long as they are not disrespectful that is...
I am extremely happy to see that my predictions are coming true. I can only hope for more to share their stories. Zamboni turned the shift and the world is now listening.
I have a confession to make though: I don't see chiropractic adjustments as the solution to all of our problems. God knows i d love it to be but i am positive that there are many MS variants with vascular and "osteo" being only the first two that will reveal their faces. Sorry but i don't see a reason not to be honest with the man who saved my life.
In addition to that, even in my case, i suspect there might be other factors contributing to this MS outburst due to my cervical subluxation. Genetic, enviromental, smoking, stress, none of the above...you name it. But then again, who am I to tell?
I can only suspect that we are all treated the same way due to cost. One line of treatment means more money for the pharma lobbies and less work for the neurologists. The thing is that maybe some of us have a real chance...
If indeed I was a Spartan general I would only follow one simple kind of strategy: believe only what you can see. And in my case YOU OPENED MY EYES WIDE.
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I really can't believe my luck.
Now I beg you to stick around until others might be helped too.
Please forgive my boring speech. But many of us (myself included) like it simple.