CCSVI / LIBERATION TREATMENT/ IN CANCUN, MEXICO
CCSVI is Chronic Cebrospinal Venus Insufficiency. This is a medical condition that obstructs the blood flow that comes from the veins that are draining from the central nervous system. There is a high co-morbidity of CCSVI and of Mulptiple Sclerosis.
- Abnormal Valve or septum or flam that enables blood flow through the veins
- Stenosis: a narrowing that is not normal of the veins that tends to restrict the blood own. The different types of stenoses are collapsing of the veins and a twisting of the veins and other obstructions that are similar to the ones listed.
- Atresia : are major venous problems where the veins are mostly closed or not fully developed or not fully formed or just missing.
CCSVI is a term that is made by Dr. Paolo Zamboni from Italy in the year of 2008. This famous surgeon offers and defines a diagnosis of CCSVI when two or more of these five conditions are present:
- Venous segments and reflux in the jugular veins while the head is in the position.
- The deep cerebral veins experience reflux
- There is a high/ resolution B mode evidence of jugular vein stenosis and high doppler ultrasound shows stenosis in the internal jugular vein.
- A doppler cannot detect flo in one of both of the internal jugular veins or vertebral veins
- When a cross sectional area of the internal vein is wider than in the supine posture. This shows abnormal venous blood drainage.
The basic theme is that there is a vascular abnormality and these are linked with Multiple Sclerosis and this is also supported by science and this dates back hundreds of years. This can damage CNS tissue by causing bloody brain stressed and inflamed vessels that tend to leak iron and many other problems into shared tissues.
With these findings on CCSVI, many doctors all over the world can treat these venous obstructions by using a balloon angioplasty, stents or both treatments.
Our doctors who are part of our CCSVI program in Cancun, Mexico are always looking at the long term success of CCSVI treatments. Patients need to have a very recent MRI that demonstrates the baseline markers. We can organize to have an MRI at the beginning of treatment if the patient does not have a recent one available.
The follow up with doppler ultrasounds will be requested after 90 days and a follow up MRI is requested 6 months post procedure. We also offer continuous support post procedure and direct contact with your physician in Mexico to monitor progress.
We provide our patients with a complete, affordable price for the treatment of CCSVI. We have packages which include accommodations and ground transportation for the convenience of our patients.
Our prices include:
- Full patient facilitation services
- Bilingual assistant while in Mexico
- pre.op labwork and testing
- The venoplasty procedure and treatment of affected areas and balloons (not limited)
- All Hospital fees
- All Medical fees
- All Surgeons fees
- All Anesthesiologist Fees
- All Ground Transportation Fees
- All Accommodations
We pride ourselves on the fully transparent program that we offer. We are entitled to list all costs that will be incurred before during and after this procedure.