Hello Zac, Sorry I've not been on here for a while.
You can follow Emma's progress here:-chronic-cerebrospinal-venous-insufficiency-ccsvi-f40/topic18706.html
It's a long slow process, but it's slowly getting Emma back some normality of life in certain aspects.
I don't post very regular updates as there isn't a great deal to post sometimes.
Unlike CCSVI treatment which is quick procedure, Amir's treatment could take 3 or 4 years with Emma. Even all that still costs less than the single CCSVI treatment offered in Edinburgh.
Emma has got enough energy back to actually start physiotherapy to rehabilitate her wasted muscles. Something that a year ago would have been out of the question.
Amir's treatment is helping, is it the answer to MS? We don't know - even Amir doesn't know!
What Amir does know is that treating pwMS's jaw problems is providing relief of a vast majority of their symptoms. If we could find out why, we'd solve the puzzle for all!