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Dr. Stone is a Chiropractic Physician, certified in Integrated Natural Medicine and Applied Kinesiology,
and Functional Diagnostic Medicine.  He also has over 300 hours of post doctoral education in
Functional Neurology.  This clinic does not treat named conditions,
rather we treat each individual toward health.
Do yourself a the video (below) will be amazed at what is possible...

You have to ask yourself…What if?  What if non-pharmaceutical research has something of incredible
value...for YOU.  The best pharmaceuticals can come up with is a drug that decreases relapses and
exacerbations by 30%.  That might sound like success, and it is, compared with anything else.  
But…two points:

One:  It is still progressing, just 30% slower.  

Two:  It has never been compared side by side with a full functional immunology workup
and protocol.

I’m not saying that you can take garlic, or ginger, or any other botanical medicine, and compare the
results.  That is not how functional diagnostic medicine works.  We don’t treat names or diseases.  We
use immune testing to see what is working and what is not…in YOUR immune system.  We treat the
parts of the immune system that are imbalanced…so depending on your lab results, it might include a
blend of five supplements…specifically for you, based on your testing.  

There is no one size fits all approach to MS…it is a careful analysis of what "size" you

And…we retest the labs to see how it worked.  Sure, you can tell, on many levels…if we get it right,
you will have more energy, sleep better, and simply feel better.  But, if we recheck our lab tests that
showed your imbalance, we can treat them (you), and tweak the protocol, until we reach optimal
immune balance.  

Check out the video below.  Remember, it is not about MS…exactly.  It is about the cause of MS, the
immune system, and how we test, assess, and treat immune dysfunction.  And, if you no longer have
immune dysfunction, will you have symptoms of immune destruction of your nervous system?  

What have you got to lose here?  I want to help you.  In most cases, I can help you.  Watch the video
presentation.  And afterward…take some action.  I will be happy to help you learn more...I'm not the
kind of doctor who is offended by your questions.  I work in partnership with all my patients.  

This is new for most people...and I know that anything new raises questions.  Feel free to contact our
clinic with questions.  To begin, I've prepared this video that explains a great deal about how we can
help and why.  

Simply press play, and get ready to more fully understand your condition, and possibly... begin to feel
this strange sensation called hope...
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

As with all auto-immune conditions, the immune system is the problem.  In MS, it is not the
nerves (or nerve coverings) that are the problem.  It is the immune system.  

What activates, aggravates, or challenges the immune system?  

This is not a mystery.  Infections, allergens, chemicals and heavy metals.  These immune challenges
create stress and imbalance in the immune system, and the imbalance triggers a hostile response.  

Soothe the immune system, and it is possible to halt the auto-immune damage.   

If you halt the autoimmune damage, could your nerves heal?  Why not...

Healing is the natural state of this body we live in.  Maybe the question we should be asking is why
doesn't this problem heal...?  

This video I've prepared is intended to answer that question...subtle infections...toxic environment
(how do you know if all these chemicals might be playing a role in your disease?)