For years I tried to reach out for PPMS patients like me. Since 1995, I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia and IBS. In year 2000, I was confirmed with Spinal Cord MS. Injections and oral medications (except Elavil) did not slow down my progression. In 2011, I was in the hospital and came home in wheelchair. I had difficulty in standing up to make a direct transfer. From time to time, I fell the floor. I did not fall. The floor just needed a hug. By the end of 2014, I stopped Copaxone and Solumedrol IV. In March 2015, I met an in-home therapeutic massage therapist. She specializes in Acupoint (acupuncture point) Massage. For one hour once a week, she massaged my back, feet (every toe and between toes,) legs, arms, hands (each finger and between fingers,) and abdominal. A cupping therapy was to release toxin in kidney, liver, large intestine and knees. Month after month I was able to stand up a little bit higher and higher. Because of my limited physical disability, I worked on a chi machine to have circulation, strength and energy of the legs. I started self massage and chi machine workout for over 3 hours everyday. No more chronic constipation. At bedtime I took 200mg of Elavil to help me fall asleep and no nighttime urination for about 7 hours. During my treatment, therapist and I talked about Chinese medicine, MSAA Community and current events. At the end of 2016, I had 10 hours of acupuncture (needles) treatments. I was able to stand up tall with my hands on a surface. Gripping the floor by using toes made my body stable so I did not fall. Two years ago I was open minded to try massage therapy. I continue my commitment to weekly massage treatment and daily routine of self massage This is how I want to improve quality of life.