Rogan wrote:...if your correct this latest WSJ article on Tau and AD
will just prove to be another road that may at best, lead to, a DMD, not a cure. Ok fine, but it gets us no closer to understanding the disease process. Your book lays out a very elegant theory. Which if I am reading it correctly would state that yes brains with folks with AD are full of the protein Tau, but how it got there was through degeneration and the degeneration started because of pressure problems with the CSF in the brain and these pressure problems are a result of anatomical issues in the neck...
Ok sorry to be rude and cut to the chase but tell me, are shunts reducing symptoms or degeneration yet in people with AD? Should I suggest this yet to my friends' parents with AD? From TIMIS it truly sounds like your upper cervical spine chiropractic adjustments are helping folks with PD. This makes so much sense. Are there any doctors in the Seattle area you would suggest for my friend with PD?
uprightdoc wrote:The link below is to my latest page on wordpress regarding the role of pressure waves and pulsatility in neurodegenerative conditions. Mathematicians, physicists and engineers are now using computer modeling to investigate the potential role of hydraulics and hydrocephalus in neurodegenerative conditions such as AD, PD and MS.
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