Do you use a non-traditional MS treatment? Have you noticed significant improvement? Do you plan to continue with it?
Did you watch the Superbowl Sunday night? After the game was over and the Vince Lombardi trophy was awarded, there were interviews, and more interviews. One caught my attention.
One interview was with Sam Harrel. Sam is a high school football coach. He is also the father of Graham Harrel, Packers back-up quarterback. This interview grabbed my attention when Sam said he has MS.
MSer Sam Harrel feels better this year than last, and he attributes that to an aggressive treatment. He did not specify anything about the treatment, but he plans to go for an additional treatment.
So the question this week is: Do you use a non-traditional MS treatment? Have you noticed significant improvement? Do you plan to continue with it?
Notes and Links:
Sometimes people are able to find find significant improvement using traditional medication in a non-traditional way. For example, David Madison has PPMS, is non-ambulatory, and has been using Ampyra with significant improvement.
Published On: February 08, 2011