I began treating a woman with multiple sclerosis. Her balance was terrible and she had multiple bruises on her legs and arms from falling. She also had trouble with small motor control. Buttoning a blouse was difficult. She started to notice better balance after 3 weeks and is now in remission. Did she have multiple sclerosis? Yes, she has it. However, just because she has this debilitating disorder does not mean that her function cannot improve. Making neuroplastic change in the brain is always possible! Dr. Merry
I saw a man with multiple sclerosis. When he stood with his eyes closed and feet together, he not only would have fallen forward and to the left, but he also had a strange 'dance-like' movement in his body. He could not stand alone. After the exam, I was treating him for a left cerebellar deficiency. I used a vibrational tool on his extensor muscles on the left. After the treatment, he stood still by himself with his eyes closed! Isn't the brain wonderful?