Multiple Sclerosis Treatment
CCSVI – Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Combined with Stem Cell Treatments & The Liberation Method
The Analytical Stem Cell CCSVI/MS treatment has proven to be the treatment of choice for those diagnosed with multiple sclerosis because unlike conventional CCSVI treatment, we combine cell therapy together with repair and regeneration for overall healing. We don’t focus on masking the symptoms but rather focus our efforts on a drug-free method of treatment which will contribute to a long-term better quality of life for our patients.
Autoimmune inflation also occurs as a result of the constricted blood vessels and this damages the brain as well as the protective myelin coating of the nerves. Proper stem cell treatment allows the narrowed veins to widen and improve the blood flow, which provides relief for patients who suffer from back pressure and inflammation, and minimizes damages to the brain and myelin.
Prior to any stem cell treatment, the patient is required to undergo a series of blood tests and a comprehensive physical assessment.
The ASCAAC partners with the Ecua-American Laboratories to develop processes for neural cell diagnostics. The protocols developed are significant in accurately measuring blood flow and any pressure differences which occur around the stenosis. We have state of the art equipment for cat scan and imaging to create the most precise images of the brain and blood vessels, and we know that precise transplantation is extremely important especially for patients who are diagnosed with stenosis and its severity is still unknown.
A new venography protocol for chest pains, head, and the neck (CTPH) has also been developed by the ASCAAC which has been designed for a comprehensive view of the whole nervous system. Normal people would have blood flowing from the head to the heart, which the various venous valves help to maintain. However, in CCSVI patients, the flow of blood back to the head is affected.
The Liberation Procedure involves an Xray scan which is used in aiding a balloon-tipped catheter to precisely land at the location of the jugular veins. Upon the catheter’s reach of the affected area, the balloon tip will widen the area affected by stenosis. This procedure has been developed to complement stem cell therapy, because liberation angioplasty alone can widen the narrowed veins and increase blood flow although when combined with stem cell therapy there is a possibility of stimulating growth in damaged areas located in the nervous system. It can also contribute to a reduced inflammation anywhere in the body. It has been reported that patients who undergo this treatment have better chances of healing at an increased rate.
Stem Cell Treatment or Therapy is intended as an improvement on ones condition. It is not a “cure all” or “miracle pill.” The doctors have performed hundreds of procedures with great results and results will vary according to each individual patient!