Just a heads up: I went to the CCSVI symposium in NYC in mid-July and noticed there was a table for "Deak NJ Vein Clinic" which does CCSVI screening in New Jersey (close to me) so I went ahead and scheduled an appointment. It was a nice place; clean, and the staff were friendly. I had an ultrasound done to check for patency of my jugular veins. It was nice to know the status of my veins, considering I was "liberated" overseas, and would be hard to get follow-up without traveling abroad. Dr. Deak, who heads the clinic, seemed like a very kind person, knowledgeable and very interested in CCSVI research. Speaking with him, he told me he attended a Zamboni conference years ago but was very skeptical about the venous system's involvement with MS but now feels otherwise.
The day I had the appointment, I had an ultrasound of my neck veins sitting up and laying down and the technician didn't press very hard on my neck (Untrained technicians do this because they learn to search for the carotid this way, but it can distort the image of the vein, if they do that.) so I knew
that they knew what they were doing.
Here is their link: http://www.veinnj.com/