The presence of a Babinski's reflex after age 2 is a sign of damage to the nerve paths connecting the spinal cord and the brain (the corticospinal tract). This tract runs down both sides of the spinal cord. A Babinski's reflex can occur on one side or on both sides of the body.
I was positive for Babinski's in my right foot (which foot also drops) for 10 years consistently prior to CCSVI treatment. Even my left foot had become ambivilent immediately prior. I turned negative for the reflex after surgery and have remained so for 1.5 years.
But this counts as "no change" in my condition. There has been no change in my impaired grip strength either which has amost increased by 200%. Likewise with my walking speed which at twice as fast has remained the same. You can say the same about my knee, hip flexor and quad strength in my weak leg which are markedly better but have remained the same. All as determined by these unbiased experts.
I'm so glad I took their advice and didn't not have the surgery and ended up not not having any improvements.