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?
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.
News Reports about Chronic Cerebro-Spinal Venous Insufficiency (CCSVI) and the Liberation Treatment. Discussion about CCSVI and its effects on Multiple Sclerosis. How does it affect MS Patients? How can it be treated? How many people are affected? Where is it allowed? These questions and more are answered in this video.
Some vision of our participation in the MS Walks in Sydney/Canberra/Melbourne on Sunday 5th June. Thanks to all who were involved in raising awareness of Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency and raising funds for services and support for people with Multiple Sclerosis through MS Australia. Like someone said recently, we have a long road ahead in seeing CCSVI thoroughly researched and understood. Well with all you guys it’s a enjoyable journey 🙂 Thanks. For those who are new to CCSVI and want more information on how it may relate to Multiple Sclerosis and other Neurological conditions please visit www.ccsvi.org.au and www.facebook.com/ccsviaustralia
It has been over 4 months since I had a balloon angioplasty. I was found to have stenosis at the valve in both left and right jugular veins. This is an update on where things are at as at 21 July 2010. I have had renarrowing in both veins as was shown on MRV and a second angioplasty 13th July. I continue to stay relapse free and my MS symtoms are extremely mild (I suspect the residual is due to nerve damage from past attacks).
This video was made four days after having the Liberation Procedure for CCSVI in Providence, RI.
Images from my diagnostic MRV showing jugular stenosis, and corrective stents/angioplasty. More at healingpowernow.com
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.
Question I have about how CCSVI affects lesions and the damage caused by them. How does proper blood flow help them?
Stenosis / narrowing shown experimentally in fluid filled silicone tube. Simple experiment to show how dissolved substances–salts, sugars, metals and minerals, found in the blood and all body fluids assist circulation due to the affect of gravity on density imbalance due to evaporation from the breath, respiratory tract, skin, eyes and hair. My website: www.andrewkfletcher.com My Blog www.inclinedtherapy.com This flow and return system shown experimentally in open-ended soft wall silicon tubing filled with water suspended 2 metres vertically by the centre with both open ends immersed in the water filled bottles, one of which has yellow food colouring added to show a return flow and to show clearly the narrowing caused by the tension applied to the water inside the tube and bottles. Red coloured saline is introduced at the top of the suspended loop of tubing via a T junction and a syringe body to initiate the flow and return circulation, red representing the arterial blood flow in humans and all animals. And the phloem vessels in plants and trees. Yellow representing the venous return flow and the xylem return flow in plants and trees. One of the objectives of the experiment is to show how solutes dense substances alter the fluid tension on the inside walls of the silicon tubing filled with water, which is by no means as pliable as the majority of veins in the human body. At the same time showing how increasing the density of the fluids at the upper part of the experiment …