OK, for after stenting or angio I think the next step that doctors are going to have to look at it is repairing the residual damage for those that already have it.
I have been looking at/thinking about this a lot. Here's a lot of thoughts I have had, just some ideas...
-To me the first thing is the iron has to be removed from the existing lesions. Is chelation warranted, or just go to ip6 or ecgc?
-Should ABCR's be continued?
-What about stem cells to re-grow some nerves?
-I have talked to my PT about this study
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/article ... ool=pubmed
which used electrical stim to get and or keep muscles moving while they recover (of course I haven't heard back yet...)
-General PT if not with stim
-Diet improvements (as Cheer has told me - but I think her and my wife must talk!)
Any other ideas? I do think that Dr. Z is on to something here, and I think all you "lucky' RR's are going to be very happy. Us progressive folks need to figure out how to get back to life now and I think it can be done with hard work. I know of one person who was done in Italy last spring who is now out of a wheelchair.