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    MS and Chiropractic Treatments

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    ChiropractorMS, Parkinson's Symptoms Reversed

    A recent journal study was the first to reveal that correction of upper neck injuries might help improve or even reverse the progression of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and Parkinson's disease (PD).

    A study evaluated the data from 44 MS patients and 37 PD patients who received treatment over a five-year period.

    Results of Treating Upper Neck Injuries in 81 Patients

  • 91 percent of MS patients showed improvement

  • 92 percent of PD patients showed improvement

  • These findings led researchers to believe the correction of neck injuries could activate a reversal of MS and PD symptoms. For a long time, head and neck injuries have been thought of as contributing factors to the development of MS and PD. These results are the first to confirm the relationship between the two.

    To read the full article click here: http://www.mercola.com/2004/sep/8/ms_parkinsons.htm

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