MarkW wrote:Hello Andrew,
Inclined bed theory should be investigated more but as your questions lead people to give one of your answers, it is considered biased. A 'none of the above' is essential in any survey. Also you need different questions according the stage/duration of MS (RRMS/SPMS/PPMS/0-5y/5-10y/10+y).
Inclined bed theory should be a different topic from CCSVI on thisisMS. Unless you are claiming that an inclined bed will reverse CCSVI, which I don't think you are.
Your experience using the mouse lends me to ask was your keyboard higher than your elbows?
Your walking symptoms, is this fatigue you feel? Or are there any neurological symptoms like spasm, loss of sensation, or function?
Or are these symptoms while standing shooting stabbing pains, tingling, pins and needles?
MarkW wrote:Inclined bed theory should be a different topic from CCSVI on thisisMS.
shye wrote:If we start a poll, I for one vote that Inclined Bed Therapy stays!
I posted under the I/Bed thread, and will continue to do so-- it has already (1 1/2 months) helped me considerably.
I see the links immediately between the CCSVI theory and Inclined Bed Theory. (As I do also with chiropractic Atlas adjustment).
And yes, I wish I had a MVR or Doppler pre-
I think that is a good suggestion, but how many of us have the time, energy and resources to get that done first? This theory presented itself as an option to me, and I took it.
Andrew, possibly you could start a thread asking for those to participate who WOULD run tests first, before starting the Inclined Bed Therapy? And then after, at some set point?
Certainly would quiet critics, and would be a fascinating study.
However, due to the huge amount of people now experiencing symptom relief from I.T. if there are no improvements observed in the constricted and twisted veins where does this leave us with the CCSVI theory and therapy?
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