I keep thinking of your son, at 10 that is a rediculous age for an ms suspected diagnosis. So push that one to one side, even off the table.
Just answer this question to yourself ok, if your son has sustained any neck or head trauma no matter how small I would no hesitate to get his alignment checked by a Chiropractor who specialises in the cervical spine (neck) ok
We constantly watch our children, but we dont actually look at them, and when they are still and asleepwe cant get out of the room quick enough.
Its only when the lay still on a Chiropractor table that alignment problems become apparent/observed, to a trained eye to an obvious degree ok.
My son does Street Dancing and is alway flipping himself over, he'll bump himself left right and centre, jump up and try again, sometimes his neck or shoulders may ache from a certain routine, but in a day or two, its like it never happeded.
But knowing what I now Know i am aware just in case he causes a permenant injury, then I would not hesitate in getting him checked by my Chiro.
the body is a remarkable bit of kit, i'm facinated by it. Hope this helps. An Atlas can be affected by stress, but as your son is only 10, I presume that like many other 10 year olds he hasnt got a care in the world.
I do my own research, and find my own answers Its good to talk