Have there been any operations on pwMS to correct CSF flow? If so have they had any success stories?
MrSuccess wrote:I don't think the inventor of the MRI is stuck for money. If this newest device and invention pays off in spades ....... I say Hooray . Let's not even go there .... all of the CCSVI pioneer doctors are worth every penny ...... and more.
For many .... the experience of having an MRI is harrowing. This new piece of equipment looks like a good solution to the problem of claustrophobia.
As for Trauma .... let me say this to the Greekfromthemed ..... I personally know TWO
90 year olds ..... that fall with regularity .... and bounce back up ..... unhurt in any way.
Some people are bullet-proof. Nobody knows why. They just are. A great many others , break their hips .... and quickly decline ...... and pass away.
To understand Trauma , I offer the following logic. Starting with .... there is NO SET FORMULA when it comes to Trauma. It comes UNEXPECTED and in various degrees.
To illustrate this ..... I would gather 100 people at random. All ages , both sex's. I would have 49 males and 51 females . One by one .... I would push each person down a long staircase . Some get pushed hard . Others hardly. Some from behind . Others from the side or front ....... but everyone get's no advance warning .
As can be imagined .... we have a vast variety of end results .
As the medical profession has recorded ..... in due time ...... 6 out of the 100 begin to appear with MS like symptoms . Of the six .... 4 are female ... 2 male.
Does trauma cause MS ?
I believe it does .
Mark my words ..........
David1949 wrote:One of the big attractions to CCSVI/ Have there been any operations on pwMS to correct CSF flow? If so have they had any success stories?
HappyPoet wrote:David1949 wrote:One of the big attractions to CCSVI/ Have there been any operations on pwMS to correct CSF flow? If so have they had any success stories?
While not an invasive operation, one UCC adjustment immediately caused "a notable increase" in my CSF flow.
Jugular wrote:That's just the sort of thing someone from Hawaii would say.
David1949 wrote:A series of UCC treatments significantly reduced my leg spasticity. But then nothing more. It did nothing to reduce the drop foot problem which is my biggest issue.
se1956 wrote:This is very interisting.
So the autoimmune response could be the inheritable co-morbidity (typically in RRMS), that is trigged by some biomechanical disorder from CSF flow and/or CCSVI.
Trauma alone can not explain the inheritable part.
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