Cece wrote:drsclafani wrote:The more i treat this, the more I believe that i am not treating MS at all, but most of the time treating ccsvi.
How do you untangle the two. If symptoms respond to CCSVI treatment, those were CCSVI symptoms? (And whatever does not respond, that is the MS?)
this is a belief, not a truth.
i look at those symptoms that resolve within 24 hours to be ccsvi related.
I cannot explain improvements that occur so quicklyi as altering the pathology of MS . There can be no basis for a reduction in inflammation, autoimmunity or demyelinization occuring so quickly.
So i suspect that fatigue, cog fog, memory problems, some forms of spasticity, urinary incontinence and balance issues may be related closely to venous hemodynamics and CSF hydrodynamics resulting from venous alterations, rather than due primarily to the inflammatory process
Its just a hunch