I see a European Kinesiology Major (here in Canada he's a physio therapist for re-aligning my spine - which was caused by a car accident 7 years ago. I have only had these symptoms for about 2 years now. I've been seeing him for 7 years. He's notice a deficit that can not be physiologically explained. He realigns my spine and nothing changes. The parts of my body that are showing MS symptoms do not correlate with the part of my spine that misaligned. The only part of my spine that is misaligned (at times) is my t4, t6 and very rarely t9. I will indeed ask my physiotherapist about the atlas procedure thank you
In the UK, There is an ever growing number of people sitting waiting in Limboland for a diagnosis.
They portray all the symptoms indicative of ms, but MRIs and Lumber puncture are clear.
Some have been in that position for years, they are now disillusioned with neurologists not knowing which way to turn.
That is why I doubt the current diagnostic procedure regarding lesions on the brain.
If I were you, and this is just my oppinion. I would go to a Chiropractor to check if my Atlas in the cervical spine (the neck) is in its correct position.
My Atlas being out has had a knock on effect to my spine causing further misalignments, which in my case caused flexing/spasm, juddering/tremor, l'hermittes amongst other things like resistance to touching a surface, my hand would slip and slide,.
All of these symptoms have now gone. google....Dr Windman Atlas..its interesting stuff, especially symptoms caused, it makes coplete sense to me, I hope this helps.