An idea . . .
A reputable, national company called Lifeline Screening uses color doppler (GE Logiq Pro 400) for non-diagnostic screenings of carotid arteries: www.lifelinescreening.com
Their description of their services:
"We provide community-based screening events, staffed by highly trained healthcare professionals. Our screenings take place in neighborhoods all over the contiguous United States in community centers, places of worship, senior centers, and corporations."
Their technologists will make note of any other problems found, but they need to be trained to see venous
problems. Perhaps the company can be persuaded to offer (and charge for) screenings of veins according to CCSVI protocol.
And perhaps these screening results could be brought to vascular surgeons and interventional radiologists who might/could/would order further testing for venous stenosis.
Any ideas on how to contact them and what to say?