Researching Chiropractic: Multiple Sclerosis

A 26-year-old with Multiple Sclerosismultiple Sclerosis

A 26-year-old patient with multiple sclerosis, numbness and neck pain sought chiropractic care. A complete history and objective examination revealed several vertebral subluxations and a reversed neck (cervical) curve.

He was seen twelve times in one month while receiving nine adjustments for vertebral subluxation correction. His neck curve improved 60%, and neck pain, headaches and numbness greatly improved. His multiple sclerosis symptoms dramatically reduced.

Do you know anyone who has multiple sclerosis? Please share this article with him or her and encourage them to seek chiropractic care, if they aren’t already. We can help!

Jaszewski E, LaVallie C. Improvement in cervical curve, dysautonomia and quality of life in a patient with multiple sclerosis using the Pierce Results SystemT: case study & review of the literature. Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research. August 7, 2017:131-141.

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