shye wrote:One other thing this could suggest:
I suspect that a number of us have, instead of CCSVI, a structural deformatie causing the same problems of stopping or impeding venous flow from the brain. When i recently had my Chiropractor review the CCSVI material along with info on orthogonal treatment of the Atlas, and she then did manipulations to un-rotate the Atlas and C1, I have had immense relief from MS symptoms, including end of pain!! (And I think my neck problems affected arteries into as well as veins).
See thread http://www.thisisms.com/ftopict-9079-ja ... eformaties
When I can find an interventional radiologist who is familiar with Dr Zamboni's method (anyone know of one in NYC??? thanks) I will get the doppler done, and will then post results. I am hoping I am correct, and that mine is due to accidents messing the neck, and not to CCSVI.
If you read thru the site, quite a number of people had the MS show up after accidents affecting neck. These are the ones I suspect will be in another catagory than CCSVI, and one more easily corrected. And I think we are the ones with lesions in head, but not in spine.
shye wrote:when CCSVI became such big news at end of 2009, my suggestion of the rotated Atlas and C1 was put down by a number of people who felt the only answer was CCSVI.
shye wrote:thanks sbr 487
I would very much appreciate the info on the Dr you mention--when CCSVI became such big news at end of 2009, my suggestion of the rotated Atlas and C1 was put down by a number of people who felt the only answer was CCSVI. Now that more studies on CCSVI are giving it its place not as the sole cause, i think people are more open again to hearing of different angles to approach MS, and i would like to expand my knowledge in order to present these angles better .
the origin of CCSVI is congenital (in utero) and is not the product of post-birth
environmental insults or the MS disease process. This means, if CCSVI can be shown to
be closely associated with the MS disease process, then it is almost certainly a causal
factor of MS. The alternative interpretation would demand an incredible chance
coincidence of CCSVI and MS and it cannot be considered plausible.
...it is essential that every person with MS be properly tested for CCSVI as soon possible. ...it is most important to get the impaired venous blood flow corrected. Given the high likelihood that
CCSVI accelerates the disease process, persons with MS and CCSVI do not
have the luxury to wait 5-10 years before the MS researchers prove the
obvious through a major clinical trial.
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