Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Options

Multiple Sclerosis Medical Treatment The battle against multiple sclerosis (MS) has raged on for decades. Unfortunately, we are yet to find the cure for this condition that attacks the central nervous system. Despite this fact, most people with MS live a normal lifespan, and many maintain their ability to walk for a couple of decades [...]

2024-01-18T05:27:17+00:00January 27th, 2014|Multiple sclerosis|Comments Off on Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Options

Multiple Sclerosis Natural Treatments Reviewed

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a condition that affects the central nervous system (CNS). This includes both the brain and the spinal cord. Because the CNS controls the entire body, the symptoms associated with MS are many and varied. In fact, the effects of the condition vary from person to person. Some may go a significant [...]

2024-01-18T05:27:38+00:00January 22nd, 2014|Multiple sclerosis|Comments Off on Multiple Sclerosis Natural Treatments Reviewed

Numbness, Tingling And Multiple Sclerosis

Today were going to discuss 2 of the most common symptoms in multiple sclerosis. Numbness and Tingling Numbness (or a lack of sensation in various parts of the body) is often one of the first symptoms to bring a person with MS to the doctor. Numbness can occur in the face, the body, or the [...]

2024-01-18T05:28:17+00:00January 8th, 2014|Multiple sclerosis|Comments Off on Numbness, Tingling And Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis Symptom Relief in Seattle, Washington

While there still is no known cure for multiple sclerosis (MS), the first major breakthrough in pain management and symptoms reversal may have recently been discovered. How can upper cervical chiropractic (UCC) help the more than 1 million multiple sclerosis patients worldwide (about two thirds of whom are female)? To understand the treatment, let's first [...]

2024-01-18T05:38:00+00:00November 27th, 2013|Multiple sclerosis|Comments Off on Multiple Sclerosis Symptom Relief in Seattle, Washington

Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms or Upper Cervical Misalignment?

Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms and Upper Neck Misalignment Multiple sclerosis symptoms can be difficult to determine the original cause. When the upper neck is misaligned it affects the way the brain is working. These brain changes can mimic many of the symptoms associated with multiple sclerosis. Recently the Journal of Upper Cervical Chiropractic Research had a very [...]

2024-01-18T05:41:55+00:00November 13th, 2013|Multiple sclerosis|Comments Off on Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms or Upper Cervical Misalignment?

Hockey Goalie Struggling with Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms May Need NUCCA

Head Trauma and Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms For athletes like Minnesota Wild goaltender Josh Harding, a diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis is particularly challenging. MS is an autoimmune disease caused when myelin — the protective coating of nerve cells — is attacked, disrupting the electrical signals from the brain that sends messages to various parts of the [...]

2024-01-18T05:39:32+00:00November 6th, 2013|Multiple sclerosis|Comments Off on Hockey Goalie Struggling with Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms May Need NUCCA

Multiple Sclerosis Drugs Cost $62,000 per Year

Drug Costs Nearly As Shocking As MS Diagnosis to Patients Multiple sclerosis drugs are being reported as having an average annual cost of $62,000 a year. For those who suffer from multiple sclerosis (MS), perhaps the only thing more shocking than receiving their diagnosis is learning how much the disease modifying drugs (DMDs) used to [...]

2024-01-18T05:50:18+00:00October 2nd, 2013|Multiple sclerosis|Comments Off on Multiple Sclerosis Drugs Cost $62,000 per Year

Drug-Free Relief of Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms Found in Seattle, WA

At Sherwood Spinal Care in Renton, Washington, we have been helping people to obtain drug-free relief of multiple sclerosis symptoms for over 20 years.  We specialize in a unique form of care that is ideal for those suffering with multiple sclerosis, known as NUCCA.   Multiple Sclerosis Drug Side Effects The standard medical approach to [...]

2024-01-18T05:52:27+00:00August 28th, 2013|Multiple sclerosis|4 Comments

Balance and Coordination Problems? Natural Relief for Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms found in Renton, WA

Do You Feel Unstable? Movement problems such as problems with balance and coordination are a hallmark of Multiple Sclerosis. Impaired nerve conduction means muscles are not behaving the way they used to. People may feel suddenly weak in one limb or they may find objects slipping easily out of their hands. If there’s damage to [...]

2024-01-18T05:52:47+00:00August 21st, 2013|Multiple sclerosis|Comments Off on Balance and Coordination Problems? Natural Relief for Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms found in Renton, WA

New study shows Brain Changes occur earlier in Multiple Sclerosis patients

New study shows Brain Changes in Multiple Sclerosis An article from the U.S. News & World Report is discussing new research that may help multiple sclerosis patients. Atrophy of a key brain area (thalamus) has been found by multiple sclerosis researchers prior to multiple sclerosis symptoms developing. Using special MRI images, scientists from three continents [...]

2024-01-18T05:58:39+00:00June 26th, 2013|Multiple sclerosis|Comments Off on New study shows Brain Changes occur earlier in Multiple Sclerosis patients

Upper Neck Misalignments, CCSVI and Multiple Sclerosis

Last time we looked at new research from Europe that showed how upper neck misalignments are leading to changes in blood flow from the brain in multiple sclerosis patients.  And how head and neck trauma such as whiplash may be the initiating factor.  Today we look at a natural, noninvasive approach to correcting these upper neck [...]

2024-01-18T05:59:34+00:00June 5th, 2013|Multiple sclerosis|Comments Off on Upper Neck Misalignments, CCSVI and Multiple Sclerosis

Traumatically Induced Multiple Sclerosis

CCSVI Or Traumatically Induced Multiple Sclerosis According to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society website Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency (CCSVI), is a reported abnormality in blood drainage from the brain and spinal cord, this may contribute to nervous system damage in MS.  CCSVI has been getting a lot of press in recent years because Dr. Paolo [...]

2024-01-18T05:59:47+00:00May 29th, 2013|Multiple sclerosis|Comments Off on Traumatically Induced Multiple Sclerosis
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