Multiple Sclerosis

"I have had approximately 350 hours of MME and there was great improvement. Before, I had a lazy eye with limited vision - MME corrected the problem.

 Legs were very unsteady as to balance and gait . . .with MME treatment I was able to ambulate without health aids. I am able to think better, my memory is excellent, and I am able to do word association and complex problems that I was unable to do without my MME treatment."

Ms. Moore has tried many different treatments for multiple sclerosis. MME treatment has given her the best results for managing her disease.

16 patients with MS were treated with 15 showing improvement in their neurological conditions. In some of these patients the benefits have persisted for one year or longer.

Conditions Improved

  • Gait
  • Balance
  • Memory
  • Vision
  • Strength
  • Sensation
  • Eye Movement
  • Cognition

MME Treatment May Benefit the Four Basic Types of MS

Relapsing-remitting: minor attacks known as exacerbations which is followed by variable neurological symptoms recovery.

Primary progressive: categorized as a stable progression of disability which does not show relapse and remissions.

Secondary progressive: usually starts off with a relapsing-remitting course, which then later progresses to progression at a variable rate.

Progressive relapsing: categorized as a stable progression of disability along with acute attacks that could follow recovery or not.