AndrewKFletcher wrote:Cheerleader. Thanks for your words of encouragement regarding the forum.
Why would you require advice from a vascular surgeon?
If you haven't checked out my paper on endothelial healing, please do so...just click on the blue highlighted words at the bottom of my signature. It will take you to a hosting site where you can download my paper. It explains how I came to see my husband's MS as vascular, and the program he is on.
When dignan posted Zamboni's study on CCVI, the lights clicked on. I had been corresponding with a vascular doc at a university regarding my program for MS...and I sent him Zamboni's study. He e-mailed me and suggested raising the head of our bed, to avoid extra cranial pressure, in case my husband had jugular stenoses. My husband will be scanned by him for venous insufficiency in mid-March.
Can I contact him / her?
Let us meet with him in person next month, and I'll broach the subject, if that's OK?
Gradually more and more people are coming around to realise how gravity affects the circulation. It’s painfully slow but a few people have taken note and tested it. My own GP for instance advises his patients about using IBT for a number of conditions.
Yet they seldom have the decency to state where it came from and why it works.
This may be of interest. Read the reply from Ken
I had seen Ken's webpage. He does credit your work and posts links. This is a hard thing to copyright, or claim ownership for. It is in the zeitgeist right now...as we learn more about the endothelium and nitric oxide's function...doctors are connecting the dots between vascular health and disease. And proper circulation is part of the equation. If it's any consolation, the internet is providing more answers and better health for people worldwide...even if it is anonymously!
AC...the Anonymous Cheerleader !