Reflexology does not take the place of mainstream medicine. On the contrary it helps and complements the medical profession.
At present, there is no cure for MS. There are, however, effective treatments that can help reduce the severity and frequency of attacks and help manage the symptoms. Two common courses of treatment include drug therapy or alternative healing modalities, commonly known as holistic treatments (including acupuncture, osteopathy, chiropractic, homeopathy, aromatherapy, and reflexology.) The earlier one is treated, the more effective treatment appears to be. Early treatment may potentially limit the amount of nerve damage incurred and also delay the onset of subsequent attacks. Many people find a combination of drug therapy, physical therapy and complementary methods achieve the best results. -Nancy Bartlett