MarkW wrote:Hello Uprightdoc,
Maybe you have read my story. My take on MS is that it is a multifactorial disease and you treat what is treatable. Having had two procedures for CCSVI I am pretty sure that my vein valves are open. A next step for me is to check that my atlas vertebrae is correct and neck is aligned. I want to see evidence (probably x-ray) before I have treatment but not sure what to look for. I have read EJC's thread about the UK based dentist but am unsure if it a good idea to add the jaw into the diagnosis. Thoughts please on what to look for, as there are commercial groups advertising atlas realignment for around 150 gbp, which seems to cheap to include x-rays.
NZer1 wrote: ... I guess this is the bottom line of your work Dr.F, its a case of having the required support and tools to answer these types of questions! Does the brain position in the skull change because of PTA? Is this the reason for symptom changes after PTA, that it is not as we assumed by opening vein flow, there area of improvement is actually brain support from CSF flow increases due to PTA? Is there an underlying malformation of the skull which would answer other stat's on incidence of MS? Is trauma and injury an accelerant to an already existing but silent problem? Could Disease be the tipping factor in other examples, when the inflammation within the brain occurs the ground work is already there from malformation of skull, malformation of veins and now inflammation slowing flows due to swelling?
NZer1 wrote:So give me hint please, is it that skull design precedes all others?
NZer1 wrote:"The Neck Connection is a book about an amazing discovery made by Dr Mosaraf Ali that the conscious and subconscious parts of the brain have separate blood supply... This got my attention because of the comment that blood supply for conscious and sub-conscious comes from different sources? Didn't know that!...
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