Archivi tag: Hewett

CCSVI Current Status Feb 2011 (3 of 5) – Stenting

Dr. Mark Haacke PhD, Dr. Teri Jaklin ND, Dr Joseph Hewett MD discuss the current status of CCSVI – February 2011. What do you need to know about stents? What questions do you want to ask before your CCSVI procedure?

Canadian CCSVI Conference ~ New Discoveries, New Beginnings Sept 10, 2011

Images of our first annual conference are set to the conference song “I Believe” to remember the incredible moments of this groundbreaking event and to look ahead to our second annual conference in Alberta in September 2012. If you have photos from this event you would like included, please email them to sandra(at)nationalccsvisociety(dot)org ~ thank you! Music “I Believe” by Nikki Yanofsky

CCSVI Current Status Feb 2011 (4 of 5) – Restenosis

Dr. Mark Haacke PhD, Dr. Teri Jaklin ND, Dr. Joseph Hewett MD. discussing CCSVI and restenosis. This is on part of a multi-part interview in February 2011.

CCSVI Winnipeg – Dr. J. Joseph Hewett, MD

Dr. J. Joseph Hewett, MD – Interventional Radiologist. An information session on CCSVI and the importance of Venous Abnormalities found in MS. Dr. Hewett is the Co-Founder of Pacific Interventionalists and Synergy Health Concepts. He is a Specialist in Venous Abnormalities with a specialty Board Certification in Phlebology. __________________________ * Dr. Hewett Presentation at 13:40 * Question & Answer Period at 51:10

CCSVI Current Status Feb 2011 (1 of 5)

The current status of CCSVI with Dr. Mark Haacke PhD, Dr Teri Jaklin ND, Dr. Joseph Hewett MD. This multi-part series captures a current discussion on all aspects of the ever evolving treatment for CCSVI in patients with multiple sclerosis – the latest in the procedure, imaging, stenting, restenosis as well as future directions. Additional information: www.ms-mri.com www.waterdownclinic.com www.pacificinterventional.com We welcome your comments here on Youtube.

CCSVI Current Status Feb 2011 (5 of 5) Future Directions

Dr. Mark Haacke PhD, Dr. Teri Jaklin ND, Dr Joseph Hewett MD discuss the current status of CCSVI – February 2011. What do you need to know about stents? What questions do you want to ask before your CCSVI procedure?