Hi, Yes Dr. Vogl is very unformal (informal?).
But very nice. No I did not have an appointment with Dr. Meyn, because he told me a doppler was not necessary.
Luckily, he found a clear stenosis with me, and a doppler was not necessary indeed. But with another Dutch patient who cam the same day, he did not find anything he classified as CCSVI. She had a slightly narrowed jugular, but he concidered that to be fine. So I think that she would have profited from a doppler.
Mind you, Dr. Vogl is following the dr. Haacke protocol, but using a 1,5T MRI/MRT machine. Some people told me it should be 3T or even 7T. The results are better then. But it might be a good start to get scanned there and then have a doppler and then work from there.
PS unburocratic sound prefect to me. But hey, I am Dutch, that is very similar to German, so I know what you meant.