scorpion wrote:Civickiller said:all might be straight but the muscles holding the atlas in place want to pull it back to its spot it was before, thats why ive been seeing a ucc dr for 8 months already, slowly my atlas is slowly pulling less out of alignment.
Hmmm I have an Atlas downstairs in my library and surprisingly it did contain information on MS but I can not figure out how knowing Jackson is the largest city in MS will provide me any bit of relief from some of these darn symptoms!
This is for CESE I dont doubt ccsvi exists but lets not let it distract others from the bigger picture here. I dont want to confuse people especially new visitors with both issues.
Cece wrote:I ran across this patient report. It's a gentleman with Parkinson's who was treated for CCSVI in Italy. He had 4 out of 5 Zamboni criteria, including a fully blocked right jugular.
fee001 wrote:I kept wondering why he did the head thing now and again, but will mention it to John on my next visit.
It's almost two years now treating CCSVI and it still amazes me.
Saw a patient in follow up this morning have Parkinson's as their neurodegenerative disorder. Astounding response in strength and mobility
Lyme is the second most common comorbidity diagnosis after MS that we see. The effects of CCSVI treatment appears to be even more prominent than that seen with MS in my experience
Remember we are treating CCSVI. That is the disease not MS, Lyme Parkinson's etc. Therefore the symptoms, anatomy and treatment do not change.
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