This is the last chance treatment. As Closer reveals to you exclusively in its next issue, Celine Dion has decided to follow a tailor-made care protocol to repair her body. While she revealed to suffer from stiff man syndrome last December, the singer was taken care of in a specialized American center. It is indeed at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, that the star chose to be accompanied. The establishment is ranked number 1 of the best hospitals in the world in 2021 according to Newseek magazine and has already hosted H. W. Bush, the Dalai Lama and Elton John.

Also according to our information, for this treatment, Celine Dion will be followed by Dr. Jill R. Schofield, patron of the Center for Multisystem Disease (Centre for Multisystem Diseases), followed in Denver, Colorado. A few weeks ago, Celine Dion benefited from a complete assessment of the means of treating this neurological pathology. As a reminder, this chronic disease causing muscle spasms has handicapped him and prevented him from continuing his Courage World Tour for more than two years now. Hospitalized last month, the mother who must also deal with the addiction of her son, has already received an intrathecal injection, a process which consists of injecting a drug in the lumbar region to reach the cerebrospinal fluid, which will diffuse to in turn the product.

Celine Dion sick: this treatment she follows

Note that the shock protocol followed by Céline Dion is accompanied by dietary advice, help with stress rehabilitation and physical exercises to best counter the pain. For the time being, the diva is following an experimental treatment, in particular based on magnesium and glycine to try to relieve her neuropathic pain and fight against the symptoms of stress and anxiety.

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