After 25 years of having MS, my spine is shot from spastic muscles. It feels like I have magnets in my back pulling me backwards, but the displaced vertebrae makes it so I can't stand straight and I want to fold in half. I can't find the sweet spot where no evil forces are at work. I have mild, moderate, and severe slippage at different levels so I can't help but think that some the weakness I feel in my legs is partially cause by my orthopedic issues. I had a consult with an orthopedic spine Doctor. As soon as he saw I had MS he said the only way to keep your spine from moving was rods and screws and I would have a poor outcome due to my MS. So I said I to him all these years I've tried everything and put toxic drugs in my body to avoid being in a wheelchair but I'm gonna end up in one anyway because my stenosis of spinal canal is going to continue to get worse and there is nothing I can do? He said 'yup'. I wanted to slap that little punk. So now I have an appointment with a neurosurgeon for a second opinion in May. Anyone gone down this road?