Chronic Cerebro-Spinal Venous Insufficiency
When exposed to neurotoxins found in gas and pesticides, the veins in your neck begin to close. This is a natural process as the body attempts to protect the brain. Unfortunately this will do more harm than good. The chemicals will have more time inhibiting receptors and scarring the myelin sheath. What Dr. Paolo Zamboni discovered, is that an angioplasty will reopen the veins allowing for better drainage with increased blood flow. Once treated, those who are lucky enough not to have severe scarring will be relieved from many symptoms of MS. Thousands of videos on youtube have reported further improvement as time goes on. One could wonder if undamaged schwann cells are attempting to rebuild the myelin around the axon, although scar tissue cannot be built upon. Therefore, most likely due to the inertia of blood flow flushing out inhibitors. Whichever the case, the good Doctor appears to be on the right track with this procedure known as, “The Liberation Treatment” or CCSVI. Should you seek it, use the tools of the web. Precautions should always be taken as there are individuals of unscrupulous endeavor among you. Embrace those without agenda. The noble will always be kind to one another in a time of need. Facebook would be a good start, there are many pages dedicated to the subject matter of this treatment.
As described above, “definition” is the controversy which surrounds CCSVI. The very meaning of multiple sclerosis is many scars. It is multiple scarring of the myelin sheath, which hinders the transmission of signals sent from the brain to the central nervous system. Conversely, CCSVI is the narrowing of veins in your neck, enabling toxic inhibitors to induce symptoms of MS, leading to multiple scarring of myelin. The question however, how can one have multiple sclerosis if angioplasty treatment alleviates symptom? An important question, as it may be possible that CCSVI could offer some support with other neurodegenerative conditions. Unfortunately, as contention for technicality of mechanics continues, the issue of those who suffer remains. Current pipelines in the global market of multiple sclerosis offer little to no effect. Perhaps direction from the health care industry is in order. A proclamation of sorts, one which would address the concerns of investors as healthcare professionals, review alternative revenue streams.
“of all the forms of inequality, injustice in health care is the most shocking and inhumane” ~ Martin Luther King Jr