We can now see that symptoms of paralysis require a thorough examination of the structure surrounding the central nervous system – veins, arteries, cerebrospinal fluid, bones, muscles ligaments. Only then can a diagnosis and appropriate treatment be proposed. For some reason Neurologists seem unwilling to do this. And the Big Pharma/Neurology lobby with the assistance of the FDA and national MS Societies (MS-UK for instance) are doing all in their power to impede development of CCSVI diagnosis and treatment for MS.
Unfortunately, MS CCSVI is too easily discredited by the insistence of Angiologues to monopolize CCSVI treatment through Angioplasty. A “Skeletal” MS implies that pressure or restriction ON the vein rather than stenosis IN the vein is the problem and for this Angioplasty will prove fruitless, if not deleterious. It is touching of MS-UK to report multiple “scientific” studies discounting CCSVI MS on the Thisisms.com website. “Touching” but unhelpful. What would be really helpful is a thorough survey of the approximately 30,000 Angioplasties performed thus far for MS. But of course this will never happen because CCSVI treatment for MS has been driven underground, the techniques and competences are varied and follow-up care sketchy (thanks to interest groups like MS-UK).
Word is getting out.
Note the following post by Wendy Hess on CCSVI Locator October 25, 2013
""All heavy metals can cause lesions on an MRI if they accumulate in a sensitive area as is the nervous system ( and lesions lead to an MS diagnosis). Heavy metals can come from toxic exposure OR from improperly digested nutrients, like Iron, that don't exit the body in normal excretion process. The reason they get to be a problem in the brain/spinal column is if the CSF (Cerbral Spinal Fluid) flow is disturbed , impaired, or in back flow where the body cannot flush them out normally ; they accumulate and block the -nutrients in/ waste products out -cycles . This is explains why spinal taps can confirm diagnosis- high T cell counts go to the aid of the nervous system, but cannot really help there because it is a physical problem that needs addressing!
How does this happen? Many skeletal disruptions from whiplash, accidents, the birth process, or skeletal genetics can impede CSF flow. Resulting lesions can sometimes, but not always, take years to do damage and be realized in MS type symptoms. Heavy metals can accumulate and become deposited to block blood flow. One day, the answer to the MS riddle will be uniformly recognized as the result of obstruction from a COMBINATION of CSF and Vascular flow. That's the piece of the puzzle Zamboni needs to recognize,too. If heavy metals (Iron included) cannot leave the central nervous system as the body has intended, and they accumulate to block nerve transmission, eventually lesions and subsequent possible disability are expressed. It begins in obstruction of the CSF flow. xxx""
Recently on Thisisms.com a Mother of a 10 year old boy who developed “MS” symptoms after an accident reported that Ayurvedic treatment helped him. (She refused MS drug treatment for him.) The following was my response.
““About 15 years ago a badly handicapped French woman told me that while in India she had enjoyed an Ayurvedic massage in which several women worked on her and afterwards she could walk normally again. This made no sense to me at the time, but now I realize she must have CCSVI venous stenosis. Her testimony resembles that of successful balloon angioplasty which opens the venous blood flow in MS patients implying that the massage opened up blood flow to the Central Nervous System. Upon returning to France she lost the benefits of the treatment. Acupuncture helped her, probably by enhancing blood circulation, but nothing like the dramatic improvement in India. She probably has a serious vein stenosis and is in need of angioplasty (or needs daily massages- an unlikely possibility) OR needs treatment for some kind of skeletal obstruction of CNS blood/cerebrospinal fluid flow.””
Now tell me, MS-UK, if a 10 year old (or 7 year old) child who has suffered a head/neck/spine injury comes in with “MS” like symptoms, are you really going to put him on DMDs? Wouldn’t it be better to see how the body structure impacts CNS fluid dynamics, (Blood/CSF flow) and correct the physical injury?
I wish the Big Pharma/Neurology lobby, their MS Societies, and the FDA would butt out of my business.
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