March 8, 1990
Multiple Sclerosis Service Organization, Inc.
Dear Ms. Beller,
Thank you for your letter requesting pertinent information you felt would be of interest to multiple sclerosis patients and their families.
I am a chiropractor and I have been in practice for eleven years. I practice a highly specialized technique of light force adjustments aimed at correcting the meningeal irritation to the brain and spinal cord.
The adjustment utilizes two to six ounces of pressure sustained over time, gently applied to the body. This is less pressure than you can put on your own eyeball without causing pain.
I wish to emphasize that the procedure is painless, non-invasive, non-traumatic, non-life-threatening, and cannot do harm to the patient.
I have had documented success with patients suffering from multiple sclerosis. Some of them have been diagnosed and degenerating for as long as fifteen years to eighteen years. They have endured the gamut of symptoms you describe in your brochure, including paralysis.
The reason for the success of this approach to the disease process lies in the direct relationship between the meninges and the brain and spinal cord. A torque or twist in the meninges exerts sufficient pressure on these nerves to create a “short circuit” and result in degeneration of the myelin sheath. Release of this irritation allows the brain and spinal cord to regain optimal function, helps alleviate the “short circuit” and allows order to be restored in the patient’s nervous system.
I am very much interested in furthering my work on MS. I have learned a great deal from each MS patient as I continue to refine this process. Any opportunity to gain further experience would no doubt be beneficial to future patients. Therefore I would welcome the opportunity to accept referrals and conduct a base study in conjunction with your organization or any affiliate.
Please call this office for more information concerning arrangements to accommodate patients at our Corrales location. We suggest a stay of ten days to two weeks for an intensive session of adjustments. This program should yield not only immediate positive changes, but will initiate long-term healing as well.
I am aware that there is medical prejudice against chiropractic. I wil caution you that the profession is as widely diverse as the number of its practitioners. My experience has been for the most part one of cooperation and mutual respect with the medical profession. A number of M.D.’s and neurologists have become interested in my work. It is unlike any chiropractic technique you may be familiar with, and is not in contention with any field of science. My primary goal is to clear the nervous system so the patient can heal.
Enclosed please find letters of reference and supporting materials. Feel free to contact anyone listed herein. We look forward to hearing from you soon.
Robert A. Lupowitz, D.C
(Please note: Once this organization found out I was a chiropractor,
they were no longer interested in hearing about my work.)