Blood flow increase

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Blood flow increase

Post by fee001 » Sun Jul 24, 2011 2:47 am

I have posted the following on another forum, but have decided to post it here to, as it will probably be my last post 4 a while got other stuff to focus on at mo. But as Arnold swartzer(whats hisname says) I'll be back....................................................................................................

I have no doubt whatsoever that some diagnosed with ms have restricted blood flow in their neck. I also believe ccsvi is neither a symptom or a cause of ms.

This is because of my own experience only. For years I knew that I had somewthing wrong with my neck (cervical spine) After much research, I decided to go to a Chiropractor to get my Atlas checked, and yes it was out, more or less immediately my blood flow significantly increased to my hand, tthis was a total surprise and very unexpected. How I knew this had happened is I inherited my Dads veiny hands, and hadnt noticed their absence until they returned. Also I had two little lines on my upper left arm, which were like someone had caught me with a blue pen. it went after a day or so.

I have been reluctant to comment at all on ccsvi because it is such a sensitive issue to some, which is totally understandable in the circumstance.

I have been seeing John my Chiropractor for a year or so, to correct misalignmets and a twisting of my spine which has happened over a 10 year period.

So I have no doubt that a stent will increase blood flow and correct circulatory problems but it will NOT correct misalignments which in my case prevents me from walking at this present time.

Thank you for reading, I feel so much better for getting that off my chest.

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Post by civickiller » Sun Jul 24, 2011 10:46 am

angioplasty may open up veins and move their atlas as a effect of the angioplasty but the atlas wants to pull back to the position which i think is why the treatment doesnt last for alot of people.

i think every dr has seen problems at C1 but dont think or know about anything about how to fix it.

my improvements are off and on but my very first adjustment left me with no lower back pain and no heat intolerance, and improved my walking but it doesnt last like they are reporting with angioplasty

i have no problem talking about it, i dont care if some people are sensitive about it or not. if me talking about it helps just 1 person then ill be happy and itll be worth it

i think once Upper Cervical Care becomes mainstream, MS diagnoses numbers will drop 80% but i mean who would want that. idk about anyone else but i want to try everything i can to help improve my ms situation

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Post by desmalia » Sun Jul 24, 2011 4:28 pm

This is along the lines of what I've been looking into lately. I've had problems with my neck and upper back for as long as I can remember and I get wicked headaches every time the barometric pressure changes (which is very often here). I've always assumed I had some problem with blood flow in my neck, long before MS was even a consideration for me.

I have an Atlas chiro who has done some good things to help with my posture and has helped to alleviate some of the headaches. He has me using a foam roller on my upper back and neck to get blood flowing better and work out knots, which is also helpful. I'm a long ways off of any kind of surgical possibilities at this point, and my MS symptoms are mild so far. But so much of this does seem to be linked. Very interesting.

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Post by Algis » Sun Jul 24, 2011 10:55 pm

I am in it too... I hope I can check the Atlas; got an IVUS to scrutinize my veins and perhaps A HSCT stem cell procedure; in that order.
But none are available here; so I have to plan and finance a long while abroad... Most certainly New York...

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