Cece wrote:Vasovagal therapy is like supercharged CCSVI treatment. It is extreme pressure ballooning combined with external compression. The goal is delivery of maximal mechanical energy to the autonomic nerve fibers running along the vein.
This is how Dr. Arata explained this. High pressure balloons combined with external compression?
i have not heard that a nerve can be "somethinged" by balloon angioplasty. my hand cannot generate the pressures that the balloon provides. I cannot understand this reasoning.
Has this technique ever been written about? is there any evidence for this "vasovaagal therapy"?
if anyone has found something during a search, it would be you