No I didn't find a connection to CCSVI medically or professionally, more of a personal ah-ha moment, or like my 9 year old granddaughter says, "I get it now!" I've had this neck tingle for some time, never knew it was MS related; thought it was just me and too much time in front of the computer. But to me now it makes more sense when I think about the tingling and electrical buzzing sensations in the limbs when I lower my head. If in fact MS'ers have stenosis of the veins draining the blood out of the brain and if tilting the head forward further restricts that blood flow, in MHO that could trigger the sensation. Just my personal musing from a layperson with MS.
"L'Hermitte's is associated with a number of conditions including arthritis, cervical spondylosis, disc compression, pernicious anaemia, tumours and multiple sclerosis."
I have had so many of these ah-ha moments since finding the TIMS forum, some of them, for me are big ones, other like this are smaller, but all of them are fascinating to me. Just thought others might find it interesting.