I was wondering where on my brain the myelin is being attacked that affects my walking. The nurse practitioner, Charlotte Nelson, at Dr. Sponsler’s office shared with us information about the Homunculus, Broca’s area, and the Wernicke’s area.
Homonculous, the primary motor cortex is the main contributor to generating neural impulses that pass down to the spinal cord and control the execution of movement. However, just as Charlotte said, some of the other motor cortical fields also play a role in this function.
Just as Charlotte said it’s more complicated, but this is a simple overview. Now I have an idea where my brain is being attacked by my immune system.