uprightdoc wrote:Your welcome Cheerleader and thanks for the interesting study. CurIous (Mark) posted his venograms toward the start of this thread. He had bilateral stents placed to correct CCSVI and good results. The image shows a cervical kyphosis. Typically the the neck and internal jugulars veins that follow its course bends forward toward the face. The kyphosis causes an acute change in direction of the cervical spine and most likely impinged the internal jugular against the transverse process of atlas.
That's terrific that you had such good results for migraines and dizziness with AO correction.
NZer1 wrote: ... Patient Education: Becoming the Best D.C. You Can Be – Edward Plentz andKevin Pallis, D.C.s – 4 hrs (philosophy). Understanding the mentality of every patient who comes through your door and learning how to relate to them is priceless. Develop a procedure that will allow patients to experience chiropractic so they are more inclined to get the Big Idea. Help patients understand the importance of chiropractic care for the whole family. Develop a system that positions you and your office as the most valuable source of information your community can rely on when it comes to health care for themselves and their families. Become the “go-to” source for being healthy naturally ...
I would much rather sit down with you anytime and discuss the latest scientific research regarding MS and other neurodegenerative conditions from upright posture to bacteria, including philosophy rather than listen to a boring sermon on chiropractic philosophy. Most of you reading this thread know far more about the role of venous drainage, CSF flow, the skull, the spine and upright posture etc., in neurodegenerative processes than most chiropractors.
HappyPoet wrote:cheerleader wrote: ... I'm 3 weeks past my AO treatment by a local doctor recommended to me by Dr. Rosa. (I've had spondylosis from C2-7, migraine, dizziness, neck pain for many years) My atlas was rotated by several degrees, and since adjustment, I'm headache and dizziness free, and my neck no longer has sore spots. To say I'm a believer might be an understatement
Cheer's self-report on Dr. Flanagan's thread, "CCVBP and CCSVI," is such excellent news, imho, that it should be shared with the entire CCSVI subforum.
Hopefully, everyone (Cece this includes you, too <g>) who reads cheer's post and Dr. Flanagan's thread will consider AO chiropractic (specific upper cervical) because a misaligned Atlas (C1 vertebra) can cause neuro symptoms from venous back pressure and impinged/blocked veins, arteries, nerves, and CSF and lymph flows.
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