How can a professional Neuro not have even heard about this.....i'm so disappointed.
Heck, my new neuro hasn't heard of it either! Not surprising I guess, these guys have patients with migraines, cerebral palsy and epilepsy conditions too. So I get it that they're not right on top of everything going on with MS research.Johnnymac wrote:How can a professional Neuro not have even heard about this.....i'm so disappointed.
Mike56 wrote:I haven't got a dx yet, but when I brought it up to one of my Neuro's back in Sept. as a possible way to test for MS, he said he hadn't heard of it, but I could go to Italy if I wanted to persue it. What a prick!
Mike56 wrote:I've got a new Neuro at UBC MS clinic in Vancouver named Traboulsee. Great guy! He's actually trying to help me figure out what's wrong (no dx yet) instead of waiting another 6 months for the next MRI. I haven't discussed CCSVI with him, but when I do I know I won't get a rude, flip response like I did with the Interior jerk.
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