Liberation Gateway is an organization (Canadian-based I think) that offers to connect people with medical professionals for CCSVI treatment and testing. They also offer to coach people in getting referrals.
They say they have medical connections. The physician shown on their website (who is also their VP of is in India. I don't know how reputable Liberation Gateway is or if they have connections with physicians outside of India. The website says they will be holding a webinar this Saturday (July 17).
You asked about other organizations. I understand Arizona Heart institute in Phoenix will be offering testing and treatment later this summer or early fall. I don't know a lot about it, but here's what I've been told:
Even if patients have been tested elsewhere with MRV or ultrasound, AHI will not use those tests. Instead, they require their own specific tests. Costs have not yet been determined, but they are working with private insurance companies in U.S. to try to have it covered. A vascular surgeon will do the procedure, but they have not given me the name of that physician. They will not use stents.
They already have a waiting list. As of a few weeks ago, there were more than 200 ahead of me. I think they have added more than 100 since then.
The last time I checked a few days ago, there was no information on AHI's website about CCSVI. Contact for the waiting list is Teresa Capriotti, who is a nurse. Her e-mail is TCapriott@azheart.com
She has been really good about getting back to me relatively quickly (ie. a day to a week) when I have contacted her.
I don't know anything about AHI, but I was speaking with a cardiac nurse who recently returned to Canada from working in Arizona. She said AHI has an excellent reputation.
I hope that helps a bit. Good Luck.