Lesions, Or “Plaques” As
Dr. Jean-Martin Charcot
Called Them, Don’t Have
“ANYTHING” To Do With
Or, Multiple Sclerosis!
Over the years, since I started specializing in treating Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis, many patients, as well as practitioners, have asked me about lesions and their significance in the medical diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis.
My answer always begins with the explanation that even people who are experiencing no symptoms that can be associated with either of these two autoimmune disorders, are often found to have lesions on their brain or spinal cord. — Autopsies carried out on people who died in car accidents or had passed away from old age, who were known not to have developed PD or MS symptoms, have been found to have multiple lesions on their brain or spinal cord because lesions are caused by excess stiffness in the spinal supportive muscles and vertebral misalignments, particularly in the cervical spine.
How Can Parkinson’s Disease Be Blamed On Substantia Nigra Atrophy, and MS On Myelin Degeneration, When Symptoms Of Both Disorders Are The Same?
Another fact based on common sense is, “how is it that lesions can be blamed for causing myelin degeneration (demyelination) which in turn, is blamed for causing the symptoms of multiple sclerosis which are the same symptoms that Parkinson patients experience, yet Parkinson symptoms are blamed on substantia nigra atrophy. — Another pertinent question is, “how come autopsies carried out on deceased PD and MS patients, have found no substantia nigra atrophy “and” no myelin degeneration? To learn more, read my web page on the DEEP BRAIN STIMULATOR OPERATION.
“If” A Patient Does Have Lesions Showing On An MRI, and Many Don’t, Those Lesions Will Go Away As A Result Of My B.A.10 Treatment Correcting Muscular Skeletal Causes.
To support my claim that muscular-skeletal abnormalities are to blame for all PD/MS symptoms, here is a written testimony below, from an MS patient I treated on my Five-day Personal Treatment Program: (Cindy Munoz) who notified me that a follow-up MRI revealed that lesions she had, were going away after she attended my treatment program where I corrected all her muscular-skeletal abnormalities: –
If you would like to read more about lesions and how they first became associated with multiple sclerosis, read my page on how Dr. Jean-Martin Charcot invented the name “multiple sclerosis” after seeing one of his Parkinson patients have an arm tremor that was different than his other Parkinson patients. — Go To Dr. Jean-Martin Charcot’s Page NOW!
If you have not already watched my video of interviews with Parkinson and MS patients about their experience with having an MRI to find lesions, and what medical people say about the DaTscan, you need to watch it: –
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