Multiple Sclerosis / MS

Multiple sclerosis, also known as MS, is a progressive central nervous system disorder that can affect anyone. This condition can bring symptoms that can range from mild to severe. Usual MS symptoms include visual disturbances, numbness and tingling in the arms and legs and sometimes your face, pain and muscle spasms, weakness or fatigue, dizziness or vertigo, bowel and bladder problems, and cognitive issues involving memory, attention span, and speech. Currently, there is no known cure for this condition, but a chiropractor for multiple sclerosis can help you manage your symptoms better.

Upper Cervical Chiropractic care can help alleviate MS symptoms by boosting the central nervous system (CNS). Sometimes the CNS gets affected by a misalignment in the bones located in the neck area.

This is because of the undue stress and pressure it usually puts on the brainstem, which is a critical part of your CNS. The brainstem transmits the pain signals from the body to the brain, and misalignment can distort these messages, making you more sensitive to pain. Correcting the misalignment can relieve the stress on your brainstem and help your CNS function better.

Additionally, the safe and non-invasive adjustments realigning spinal vertebrae help restore proper blood flow to the brain and reduce inflammation. These adjustments also last long, which ensures uninterrupted communication between your brain and body, which can bring promising results in managing your MS symptoms more effectively so that you can live your best life possible.


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Upper Cervical Care at Transcendence Family Wellness Center For Multiple sclerosis (MS)
Christina was diagnosed with Multiple sclerosis (MS) and has since used chiropractic care to stay above her condition and become the best version of herself. She appreciates how the doctors tailor care for her specific needs. Beyond guiding Christina through her journey, Transc...

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