Multiple sclerosis (MS) is reported as "the most widespread disabling neurological condition of young adults around the world." In fact, approximately 200 new of MS are diagnosed weekly in the U.S. alone. Although there is no cure for this condition that is characterized by muscle weakness and spasms, balance issues, fatigue, and vision problems, Dr. Jay Grant, your American Fork, UT chiropractor might be able to help.
Chiropractic Beneficial for Multiple Sclerosis
By treating MS patients' subluxations with chiropractic adjustments, especially those focused on the upper cervical area, research has shown that the symptoms often improve...sometimes significantly. The best part is that this form of treatment doesn't rely on trying to find a medication that works, which is a bonus because there are only currently 12 FDA approved medications for MS at this time.
Ultimately, by treating the underlying spinal dysfunction, this results in a higher quality of life for the person afflicted with this condition.
If you live near our American Fork, UT chiropractic office, Dr. Jay Grant might be able to help you get natural relief from your MS symptoms. Give our office a call today at (801) 756-6868 to learn more. You can learn more about the benefits of chiropractic care here.
- Mandolesi S, Marceca G, Moser J, Niglio T, et al.. Preliminary results after upper cervical chiropractic care in patients with chronic cerbro-spinal venous insufficiency and multiple sclerosis. Annali Italiani di Chirurgia 2015;86(3):192-200.
- Pietrangelo A, Higuera V. Multiple sclerosis by the numbers: Facts, statistics, and you. Healthline 2015 Retrieved from http://www.healthline.com/health/multiple-sclerosis/facts-statistics-infographic