Essential Health Clinic says August

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Essential Health Clinic says August

Postby L » Sat Jul 17, 2010 5:32 pm

Nope, not August. Just received the following email update:

CCSVI Treatment Update & Release of more appointments to those on our waiting list

Thank you for your patience with us in the matter of CCSVI Scanning and Treatments.

As you know from earlier newsletters, we have been working extremely hard to put together a comprehensive screening and treatment package for CCSVI in the UK. This has presented some interesting challenges and we have been reluctant to release any further appointments until we had resolved these issues.

I am delighted to announce that we are now in a position to release further appointments for Doppler screening at our Glasgow clinic. If you are on the waiting list, you will be contacted in chronological order and offered an appointment.

In a change from our original plans, we will not be able to offer the screening and angioplasty treatment in a short time frame for the next few months. It is therefore not advisable to travel from abroad only for the the screening at present. Those who have a positive diagnosis of CCSVI on doppler screening, will be placed on a waiting list for angioplasty treatment. It is expected to take several months to clear this waiting list to the point where the screening and treatment can be carried out within a short enough time period to make traveling from abroad feasible. We are in discussion with a number of potential treatment centres and hope to have several sites in the UK providing capacity for angioplasty treatment. We are also involved in international efforts to further the research into CCSVI and plan to collect data on those patients who undergo treatment in the UK.

Our early experience with Doppler screening in The Essential Health Clinic has been very positive with over 90% showing signs of CCSVI. For those who are negative, we are able to offer a comprehensive treatment package for their MS including Low Dose Naltrexone and nutritional treatments including screening for Omega 3 and Vitamin D levels. We have been involved in treating MS patients for over six years and have a number of effective treatments to offer.
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