Is Chiropractic treatment beneficial for CCSVI?

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Is Chiropractic treatment beneficial for CCSVI?

Postby dc10 » Thu Sep 01, 2011 3:02 am

i used tio go to a chiropractor many years ago as an MS patient but didnt rweally notice much difference in my mobility. so i stopped going.


but now i know iu have CCSVI which has been ballooned 3 times, could chiropractic treatment benefit me?

this time i can let the chiropractor know i have CCSVI and maybe he may know a suitable treatment
like treating my neck/upper spine?

as i have/hgad IJV anbd azygos stenosis, i also have restless leg syndrome in my left leg (the weaker one) but this has only become noticble over the last ye
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Postby fee001 » Thu Sep 01, 2011 5:31 am

dc10,

I am having ongoing chiropractic treatment not on for Atlas and the knock on affects that has caused me several spine misalignments.

Anyway I didnt really have circulation issues so the results from my first or second treatment was that my blood flow increased how I knew that was the upper veins in my hands reappeared, I hadnt even noticed that they had gone. It was only the fact that I had inherrited my Dads hands which are very prominant with veins.

Here in UK not all chiropractors deal with the cervical spine (neck). So it is best to ask first.

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Postby dania » Thu Sep 01, 2011 6:57 am

@dc. If you watch the video I just posted of Dr Arata speech ar Barrie Ontario He talks about compression of the jugular vein by bones. I am pretty sure I have this as I always have to be looking up at the ceiling to have strength. The moment I look down it is like someone turned off the light switch, I literally collapse. From that, I am sure when looking up I have some blood flow and when I look down the blood flow is cut off.
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Re: Is Chiropractic treatment beneficial for CCSVI?

Postby dc10 » Thu Sep 08, 2011 6:10 am

thanks,
i suggessted to a chriopractior my CCSVI and he didnt see how he could help he IJV area.

anyone else who has / had CCSVI see mobility benefits from chriopractic treatment?
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Re: Is Chiropractic treatment beneficial for CCSVI?

Postby civickiller » Thu Sep 08, 2011 11:49 am

traditional chiro or upper cervical full spine chiro?
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Re: Is Chiropractic treatment beneficial for CCSVI?

Postby Kathyj08 » Fri Sep 09, 2011 10:18 am

I have had the procedure and have re-stenosed.
I have been seeing an upper cervical chiro for about 9 months now and it seemed to help especially in the beginning. I continue to go about 1 time every 3 or 4 weeks now. It seemed to help with my balance issues. Now they are just slight balance issues.
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Re: Is Chiropractic treatment beneficial for CCSVI?

Postby blossom » Fri Sep 09, 2011 7:28 pm

have you read the thread here on tims- ccsvi and ccvbp posted by dr. flanagan? he's for real and top of the line and will help you as much as he can. i doubt there are many others that have his knowledge. also read the posts by people he has guided and have gained good results.

it can do no harm.
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Re: Is Chiropractic treatment beneficial for CCSVI?

Postby blossom » Fri Sep 09, 2011 8:14 pm

oops-ccsvi and ccvbp is posted by uprightdoc who is dr. flanagan.
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Re: Is Chiropractic treatment beneficial for CCSVI?

Postby civickiller » Fri Sep 09, 2011 10:14 pm

blossom wrote:have you read the thread here on tims- ccsvi and ccvbp posted by dr. flanagan? he's for real and top of the line and will help you as much as he can. i doubt there are many others that have his knowledge. also read the posts by people he has guided and have gained good results.

it can do no harm.


i think upper cervical care has helped me more then 1/2 at least of the ccsvi surgery patients benefits.
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