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Multiple Sclerosis Treatment

For Effective Multiple Sclerosis Treatment, You Must Work On 10 Areas Of The Immune System.

Overcome Multiple Sclerosis

The self-treatment I am promoting on this website and in my MS Pack of products, partly comes from discoveries made by Dr. James Parkinson, in explaining the cause of Parkinson’s disease, which he documented in his famous book “An Essay On The Shaking Palsy”. Furthermore, in recent times I have also made improvements to my treatment to include modern-day findings on how Parkinson and MS patients develop a higher than normal pressure in their spinal fluid (CSF).

Over many years I designed “new” and very unique treatment ideals to cover 10 different aspects of the immune system, so as to get the best possible results in overcoming symptoms that normal medical and naturopathic treatments cannot overcome. The extra effort I have put in over the years, in order to create these new and very unique treatment ideals is “why” I am achieving the quick significant success you see in my “before” and “after” patient videos. Here is a success video to watch, of MS patient “Anita” from Tasmania, so you can see the tremendous success my new treatment ideals can achieve.

Symptoms of MS

The more tension (rigidity) a patient develops in spinal supportive muscles (usually in the neck first, then in one hip and the lower back last), and the more the spine and pelvis are pulled off-centre to be distorted. Furthermore these abnormalities will squash nerves going to symptom-affected body areas, to cause symptom severity.

Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis:

  • Bowel problems: Constipation can lead to impaction, which can then lead to bowel incontinence.
  • Bladder problems: There may be difficulty emptying the bladder completely and the feeling of needing to urinate frequently.
  • Fatigue: Fatigue effects up to 90% of most MS patients and it can undermine their ability to function in daily life.
  • Tremor: There may be involuntary tremor or quivering movements.
  • Dizziness and vertigo: Along with Dizziness and Vertigo, some patients will find it hard to balance.
  • Spasticity and muscle spasms: Muscles might get stiff and be resistant to movement, known as spasticity.
  • Sexual dysfunction: A loss of interest in sex is quite common in both males and females.
  • Vision problems: There may be blurred or double vision, a partial or total loss of vision, or red-green color distortion.
  • Mobility changes: MS can change the way people walk, because of muscle weakness and problems with balance.
  • Emotional changes and depression: Nerve-fiber damage in the brain can trigger emotional changes such a depression.

What Causes MS

Spinal Supportive Muscle Tension

Common Belief – According to most doctors, MS affects the central nervous system (CNS). It’s thought that in the central nervous system, nerve fibres are surrounded by a myelin sheath, which protects them. Myelin is also meant to help the nerves conduct electrical signals quickly and efficiently. It’s theorised that with MS, the myelin sheath disappears in multiple areas, leaving a scar, or sclerosis. As these lesions get worse, nerve fibres can break or become damaged leaving your electrical impulses unable to flow smoothly to the target muscle group.

Alternative Cause – The actual cause for variations in symptom severity for Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, and several other rigidity disorders, is the variations in tension levels of the spinal supportive muscles, caused by patients experiencing variations in stress levels, quality of sleep, good or bad breathing levels during sleep, and the amount of unhappiness or depression patients experience from day to day.

Consequently the more tension (rigidity) a patient develops in spinal supportive muscles (usually in the neck first, then in one hip and the lower back last), and the more the spine and pelvis are pulled off-centre to be distorted, the more these abnormalities will squash nerves going to symptom-affected body areas, to cause symptom severity. Furthermore this excess tension in the trapezius and sternocleidomastoid muscles is the cause of neck pain, subluxations at the C1 & C2 vertebra, loss of cervical lordosis and degenerative cervical discs, which are very common in Multiple Sclerosis, PD, COPD, Diabetes, Sarcoidosis and many other rigidity autoimmune disorders.

How Noel Can Help

To overcome Parkinson’s Disease & other rigidity autoimmune disorders, practitioners must help patients in ways not yet taught in medical, Chiropractic & Naturopathic Colleges.If you do the research you will soon discover, the “ONLY” patients who are overcoming Parkinson’s disease are the patients who are putting in their own effort at home, to complement the work done by their natural practitioners. Keep in mind however, diet, exercise, acupuncture, supplements “& normal chiropractic adjustments & massage“ are nowhere near effective enough to give patients long-term remission, specially if symptoms have been established for longer than 2 years. 

These modalities do not cater for helping patients who have lost their enthusiasm for living and enjoying life, do not cater for Absorption Of Nutrient obtained from foods consumed in a patient’s diet, or Negative Muscle Memory, and Excess Cerebrospinal Fluid Pressure (CSFP) In Parkinson’s, which causes Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus (NPH) & Chiari Malformations. Most medical and natural practitioners do not know the significance of these subjects in the onset of Parkinson’s disease, MS and other Rigidity Disorders similar because they are not included in basic accreditation training, and they should be.

Proof it works in just 3 days!

If you were diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, watching the before and after success videos on this web page will enable you to observe how quickly and how effectively my new treatment can help you improve. As long as you don’t have severe skeletal degeneration, and, providing you stay focused and determined to achieve the results you wish then my Multiple Sclerosis Treatment will be perfect for you. Once I bring my test equipment to you, I can find all your causal problems and on the first day, help to stop your MS symptoms from becoming worse. On my day 1 massage, I check every major muscle in the body, as well as the tendons and nerves that operate those muscles and I “always” find excess muscle tension pulling the spine into a curved shape.Similarly on the second & third days, I will give you some sort of improvement that is significant. 

Massage Techniques for Multiple Sclerosis Treatment

To achieve the quick significant success you see in my videos, I actually had to invent a new form of massage to use on the patients I treat for MS, because the normal massage techniques I used on my early clients, only gave minor temporary relief from symptoms. Multiple Sclerosis Treatment is a lot more in depth than a simple massage, as i also need to take a look at the excess muscle tensions in the neck and back spinal supportive muscles to cover all aspects of your symptoms. Furthermore you can see more photos of the sort of muscle tensions I often find in neck and back muscles of my autoimmune clients, on my treatments page: “Noel’s Five-day Treatment Program Can Help You!



Herman’s symptoms include: Lazy right leg with an inability to lift the right knee to walk, Drop foot, Problems with balance, Neck and back pain, Difficulty walking, Incontinence, Inability to jog for 4 years.

  • Lazy right leg with an inability to lift the right knee to walk
  • Drop foot
  • Problems with balance
  • Neck and back pain
  • Difficulty walking
  • Incontinence
  • Inability to jog for 4 years

Tiffany's MS Success Story

Tiffany’s symptoms include:

  • MS Extreme Intermittent Muscle Stiffness
  • Neck Pain
  • Back Pain
  • Hip Pain
  • Numbness Down Her Right Side
  • Loss Of Balance
  • Difficulty Walking
  • Bladder Incontinence causing sleep disruption
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