"Lhermitte sign" Rapid symptom resolution

Lhermitte's sign conventional explanation:
"sometimes called the Barber Chair phenomenon, is an electrical sensation that runs down the back and into the limbs. In many patients, it is elicited by bending the head forward. It can also be evoked when a practitioner pounds on the posterior cervical spine while the neck is flexed; this is caused by involvement of the posterior columns. The sign suggests a lesion of the dorsal columns of the cervical cord or of the caudal medulla."
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"Lhermitte sign" Rapid symptom resolution

Postby themsforum.org » Fri, 12 Oct 2012, 1:44 pm

"After only three months of treatment my 'MS' symptoms are disappearing. A constant symptom for 22 years, L'hermitte's sign has completely gone.
My walking which was crippling me, is getting better- not progressively worse. I have even managed to walk completely unaided for the first time in 10 years!"
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Re: "Lhermitte sign" Rapid symptom resolution

Postby themsforum.org » Mon, 07 Dec 2015, 9:26 am

themsforum.org wrote:"After only three months of treatment my 'MS' symptoms are disappearing. A constant symptom for 22 years, L'hermitte's sign has completely gone.
My walking which was crippling me, is getting better- not progressively worse. I have even managed to walk completely unaided for the first time in 10 years!"
See jencore69 full posting under:
Multiple Sclerosis ‹ Temporo Mandibular Joint Dysfunction & Skeletal Asymmetry


We have had a number of patients whose "Lhermitte's sign" rapidly resolved. Here is Pauline's testimony:


There was one symptom that came back during my treatment with Dr Amir and I’m so grateful it did. One of the first symptoms I experienced when I was 28 that prompted me to seek medical attention was Lhermitte's sign, i.e., when I bent my head forward I felt tingling all down my back and the back of my legs. In September 2012, nearly 3 years since I’d had any exacerbations or any signs of having MS at all, my Lhermitte’s ‘scar’ reappeared during a particularly stressful time and I felt deflated.

I made an appointment with Dr Amir, and he made a new brace for me while I waited. Just before retiring that night, I felt the L'hermitte's 'scar’ and it reminded me to use the new brace.

Afterwards, I bent my head and the Lhermitte’s sign had completely disappeared and remained so. My ‘scar’ had healed in two minutes flat. As it sank in and I considered all I had thought about MS in light of this new ‘evidence’, I actually started to cry, a rare occurrence, because I knew at that moment that 22 years of fear, and hope, and of being careful; and my mother’s tears of fear for my potential bed-ridden life had been unnecessary.

My jaw had needed to be realigned; I hadn’t had multiple sclerosis.

I felt relief and then anger and then gratefulness. Gratefulness that I had had the fortune to cross paths with Dr. Amir, a new thinker, who has changed my life experience. .......................Pauline
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