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Multiple sclerosis (MS) affects the brain and spinal cord. Early MS symptoms include weakness, tingling, numbness, and blurred vision. Other signs are muscle stiffness, thinking problems, and urinary problems. Treatment can relieve MS symptoms and delay disease progression.

A recent study of 81 cases, published in the Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research (JVSR), is the first to show that correction of upper neck injuries may reverse the progression of  Multiple Sclerosis (MS).

The research was performed by Erin Elster, D.C., an Upper Cervical Chiropractor in Boulder, Colorado, who compiled data from 44 MS patients treated over the past five years. After treating upper neck injuries  in the 44 patients, 91% of MS patients improved, suggesting that correction of neck injuries stimulated a reversal of MS.

According to Dr. Elster, traumas to the head, neck, and upper spine can result in vertebral subluxations that occur when vertebrae (the small interlocking bones of the spinal column) misalign or become stuck and interfere with the function of the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord). By aligning the first two upper vertebrae with the skull, nerve pathways traveling between the brain and spinal cord became less obstructed. This may help improve and/or reverse  MS.

"According to medical research, head and neck injuries have long been considered a contributing factor for the onset of  Multiple Sclerosis," said Elster. "But this is the first research to show that correction of those injuries can have a dramatic effect on improving and reversing MS."


Upper neck injuries frequently occur during traumas in which an individual sustains a blow to the head, whiplash, or concussion, such as during a fall, auto accident, or sporting accident. The injury can precede the onset of MS by months, years, or even decades. In many cases, an individual is completely unaware that he or she has sustained such an injury. "An examination would need to be performed in each individual’s case to determine whether a neck injury is contributing to his or her health problem," Elster noted.

Chiropractic And Multiple Sclerosis Case Study

This article reviews the upper cervical chiropractic care of a single patient with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). This 47-year-old female first experienced symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) at age 44, when she noticed cognitive problems and loss of bladder control. After viewing multiple lesions on MRI (MS plaques), her neurologist diagnosed her with MS. Two years later, she noticed additional symptoms of leg weakness and paresthesias in her arms and legs. Her symptoms progressively worsened without remission, so her neurologist categorized her as having chronic progressive MS and recommended drug therapy (Avonex).

Upon initial examination of this patient, evidence of an upper cervical subluxation was found using precise upper cervical radiographs and paraspinal digital infrared imaging. The patient’s medical history included one possible mechanism (a fall approximately ten years prior), which could have caused her upper cervical subluxation. The patient was placed on a specially designed knee-chest table for adjustment, which was delivered by hand to the first cervical vertebra according to radiographic findings.

Monitoring of the patient’s progress was through doctor’s observation, patient’s subjective description of symptoms, thermographic scans, neurologist’s evaluation and MRI. The patient was managed with upper cervical chiropractic care for two years.

After four months of upper cervical chiropractic care, all Multiple Sclerosis ( MS) symptoms were absent. A follow-up MRI showed no new lesions as well as a reduction in intensity of the original lesions. After a year passed in which the patient remained asymptomatic, another follow-up MRI was performed. Once again, the MRI showed no new lesions and a continued reduction in intensity of the original lesions. Two years after upper cervical chiropractic care began, all MS symptoms remained absent.

This case report revealed that this specific upper cervical procedure (thermal imaging, cervical radiographs, and knee-chest adjustments) was associated with a successful outcome for a patient with Multiple Sclerosis. Post MRI’s, post thermographic scans, and the patient’s neurologist’s evaluation all suggested the intervention of upper cervical chiropractic care may have stimulated a reversal in the progression of Multiple Sclerosis.

Journal Of Vertebral Subluxation Research
Erin L. Elster, D.C; author




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Health Articles

Resolution of Trigeminal Neuralgia Following Chiropractic
Resolution of Trigeminal Neuralgia Following Chiropractic
A case study published in the scientific periodical, the Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research, documented the resolution of Trigeminal Neuralgia in a patient following chiropractic care. Trigeminal Neuralgia (TN) is a nerve disorder characterized by episodes of intense pain in the face. The study . . .
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7 out of 10 Americans Take a Prescription Drug
7 out of 10 Americans Take a Prescription Drug
The headline above is from a June 27, 2013, HealthDay article that appeared in the US News and World Report health section of their news website. The article, and several others on this subject, are reporting on a study published on June 21, 2013, in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings. . . .
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Earaches Resolved and Tubes Avoided - A Case Study
Earaches Resolved and Tubes Avoided - A Case Study
Documentation of the improvement of Otitis Media and the avoidance of recommended ear tubes for a baby boy appears in the May 28, 2013 issue of the scientific periodical, the Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health. Otitis Media is the scientific name for ear infections and according to . . .
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Twins Breech Presentation Resolved with Chiropractic Care
Twins Breech Presentation Resolved with Chiropractic Care
From the Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health, December 27, 2012 issue comes a case study of a set of twins who were in a breech presentation prior to birth but were turned after the application of chiropractic. . . .
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