Jugular Dysautonomia and CCSVI

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Jugular Dysautonomia and CCSVI

Postby Jencor69 » Sun, 04 Nov 2012, 5:15 pm

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Re: Jugular Dysautonomia and CCSVI

Postby Dr Amir (Dental Surgeon) » Sun, 04 Nov 2012, 8:50 pm

Excellent video. Listened to it twice. Gave me further insights and explanations from my perspective.
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Re: Jugular Dysautonomia and CCSVI

Postby Jencor69 » Mon, 12 Nov 2012, 10:14 am

Dr Arata responds to a question in New York Times magazine
The vagus nerve and jugular vein both pass close to the atlas - interesting with regard to atlas alignment
http://blog.synergyhealthconcepts.com/d ... -magazine/
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Re: Jugular Dysautonomia and CCSVI

Postby Jencor69 » Mon, 12 Nov 2012, 4:00 pm

I find this absolutely fascinating. Both the jugular vein and the vagus nerve pass close to the transverse process of the Atlas vertebrae. Any asymmetries in the Atlas can manifest not only in physical symptoms but organic irregularities also because the nerve potentially and more than likely gets pinched by the forwardly rotated Atlas vertebrae on one side.

I have noticed the disappearance of several 'MS' symptoms since starting TMJ and Atlas treatment with Dr. Amir. My excessive perspiration has become normal (autonomic function, body thermostat), L'Hermitte's sign has completely gone, patchy numbness gone. I think there is a connection here and let's not get hung up on brain lesions. They are not peculiar to MS and there is no evidence to show that more lesions = more disability.

I have had MS for 22 years, have 'a multitude' of lesions; too many to count and yet I have improved with TMJ treatment in so many ways. I think this is another piece of the puzzle. CCSVI, Autonomic Dysfunction and TMJ treatments are all concentrated in the same area - jugular veins and vagus nerve. Interesting...
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