Could this be helpful for CCSVI?

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Could this be helpful for CCSVI?

Postby David1949 » Fri Aug 02, 2013 10:27 am

This site is promoting laser therapy for pain relief.
But I wonder if it might be helpful for CCSVI

How Laser Therapy Works
At a cellular level there are photoreceptors that, when stimulated by deep penetrating photons, activate a biochemical cascade of events resulting in increased DNA/RNA synthesis, increased cAMP levels, protein and collagen synthesis and cellular proliferation. The product of these reactions is a rapid regeneration, normalization and healing of damaged cellular tissue. Photonic stimulation is the trigger for these metabolic changes.

Safe and Efficient Pain Relief
Biological Effects of Therapeutic Laser Therapy
• Analgesia through the release of endorphins and a decrease in the bradykinin levels.
• Immediate inflammation reduction
• Reduction of fibrous tissue formation
• Improved vascular activity
• Increased metabolic rate within tissues
• Improved nerve function
• Stimulation of trigger and acupuncture points
• Accelerated tissue repair and cell growth

Some of the claimed benefits sound good for MSers such as;
Immediate inflammation reduction
• Improved vascular activity
• Improved nerve function
• Accelerated tissue repair and cell growth

I don't mind being a guinee pig to try out new ideas as long as;
1) the idea makes sense and
2) it isn't likely to kill me or make me worse.

But I'm not sure I like the idea of having my brain blasted by a laser.

What do you think?
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