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Why do Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) increase or fade?

Back to the wire example. If someone cuts a wire or puts too little energy through a wire, the wire is unable to work properly. The same is true with nerves. When the myelin covering is broken down even in small areas, sometimes the brain and limbs do not function properly due to lack of needed power. Over time patients with MS can lose more functions as well as experiencing day-to-day fluctuations, such as, one day feeling fine, but the next extremely fatigued. Or even one day they think normally, but the next day they have poor memory or poor attention spans. Sometimes this is not reversible and continues to get worse, which is exactly why coming in for a visit to MindMenders BodyBenders Clinic as soon as possible is absolutely necessary. The sooner the proper care is provided, the better and longer the quality of life can be maintained.

Chiropractic neurology will use brain-based therapy to stimulate the nervous system. Dr. St. Laurent will increase the nerve responses, increase range of motion, improve improper muscle firing of joints and muscles, as well as provide the physiotherapy stimulation to effect proper muscles and tendons.

Dr. Ruben St. Laurent, your Dallas chiropractor, provides care for neurological conditions such as multiple sclerosis, concussions, Parkinson's, tremors, dementia, depression, ADHD, and so much more.