I really think if one is going to go with an inclined bed it is not going to have any immediate effects. I have no proof of this other than it seems that if we are going to try and change patterns in the body, i.e. blood flow, healing lesions on the brain etc, it is going to take a very long time, maybe even a lifetime for reversal, if there can be any reversal in the first place (which I believe there can be and is).
I feel this way about angioplasty, that I do not expect immediate results, maybe some, but other than a few minor or brief changes, it seems to me that the body needs time to make the adjustments...after all, it is The Body we're talking about here, like trying to discuss a planet, like Mars, just so much we know and equally, don't know.
I say all this only because we live in a time where we expect immediate results when it comes to treatments because that is the way western medicine is set up, pop a pill, cut it out, etc, but MS is the grand trickster because there is not pill to pop, nothing to cut (but maybe to open!), and even if one is taking one of the many drugs for MS, it is a lifetime therapy, hoping it is working, like with alternative methods, like diet, IBT etc.
All this, just my opinion.