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Scans and more scans

Postby ffjosh » Wed Sep 21, 2011 7:38 am

So I have had scans of
2 of my head
2 of my neck
2 scans with some kind of die in it

Now they want to scan my chest.

Are they scanning my chest for lupus now? Just weird that I did all my other scans and he is about positive I have MS and now im being called in for a chest scan.

My blood work did show low levels for vitamine D but I have been taking vitamine D since the test
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Re: Scans and more scans

Postby fee001 » Wed Sep 21, 2011 8:49 am

Hi!


My advice to you would be is to get your Atlas bone checked by a relevant Chiropractor, who specialises in the cervical spine (neck) if this bone is out just a fraction it can have allsorts of knock on effects to your whole system.

A Chiropractor is trained to notice any slight misalignment i this area and can correct it.

I see the body as a complex piece of engineering, where as if one componant is out a fraction of a mm, the mechanics of the system will fail, gradually over time resulting in a breakdown of fluidity.

I describe it like that as tends to make sense to me much simpler, not that i'm simple but I cant be doing with all the long words ans stuff.

google Dr Windman Atlas, I found it her discription etc easy to understand.


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Re: Scans and more scans

Postby fee001 » Wed Sep 21, 2011 9:02 am

The theory of why plaques occur on the brain goes back to 1868 by Jean-Martin Charcot, as I see it this theory has never been challenged or reinvestigated.
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Re: Scans and more scans

Postby ffjosh » Wed Sep 21, 2011 9:40 am

I have lesions in my brain so how would this help?
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Re: Scans and more scans

Postby fee001 » Wed Sep 21, 2011 11:08 am

Sorry, I thought that your scans had all turned out to be clear, but symptom wise that is why doc was pretty sure of ms.

So sorry misread it, its just recently a lot of people are having clear scans and lumber punctures, but are portaying symptoms.

ok I'll buzz off now
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Re: Scans and more scans

Postby KateCW » Thu Sep 22, 2011 7:50 am

I had a chest scan a part of my work-up. I suspect it is to rule out sarcoidosis.
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