A patient who was diagnosed with MS (multiple sclerosis) 2 years ago, came to see me about 1.5 years ago for a few sessions and she got much better. However, 3 days prior to coming again, she began experiencing severe leg numbness, tingling and pain day and night. After her mother warned her that she might end up being in wheel chair, she called and came again. Upon my evaluation, she had majority of restrictions in her neck and sacroiliac joints with the sacrum being completely locked up. Immediately after adjusting her cervical spine, the pain in both legs and feet was gone. After adjusting the rest of restricted areas, she no longer experienced pain, numbness or tingling in her feet and legs.