There is no strong published evidence that chiropractic therapy is beneficial for MS attacks or in altering the overall course of the disease. However, low back pain, which may occur with MS, responds positively to chiropractic manipulation. There is less supportive evidence that chiropractic therapy improves neck pain and headaches. Users of chiropractic therapy should be aware of the rare side effects, including stroke, and should rely on physicians, not on chiropractors, for the diagnosis and treatment of potentially serious conditions.
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