Greetings :nwolfe88 wrote: But, they also did a cervical MRI (neck) and noticed the following:
*some abnormality of the signal in the spinal cord (demyelinating areas), "may be MS" it said
They were also pointing out an area where the spinal cord fluid channel on one side of the spinal cord seemed a little pinched, or narrower than the rest. The doc said usually they'd see a bulging disc with it, but her disc was fine. Could that disc have recently healed but is still swollen/inflamed, pushing on the cord and causing the signal abnormalities? ...
Any thoughts? I have a couple pictures of her MRI but not sure if I'm allowed to post those here? Is there anything else that it could be besides MS?
Thank you so much!
Chiropractorr Dr Michael Flanagan believed that up to 25% of « MS » cases were actually caused by obstructed CNS fluid circulation – blood and or cerebro-spinal fluid. (We’ll call that CCSVI-MS). Since your wife apparently has some obstruction in the CSF of the spinal cord., that is probably the best place to start (as well as checking out Vit B12 deficiency). See Dr. Rosa on CCSVI Alliance www.ccsvi.org/.
Consider getting a FONAR Cine upright MRI to know exactly how the CSF is circulating. (Or see a NUCCA Chiropractor who works on the Atlas.)
I don’t know where you are located but there are apparently 15 centers in the US (and one in London).
Best regards, Vesta