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Hope for people with multiple sclerosis
13.05.2019
CCSVI
Author: CCSVI Clinic

Hope for people with multiple sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis is a disease of unknown origin. Currently, it is supposed to have an autoimmune basis. This means that the patient's immune system fights cells of his own body. The disease mainly affects young people between 20 and 40 years of age, with women suffering more often than men.

In fact, multiple sclerosis is a disease that we know little about. Currently, medicine is trying to relieve the symptoms of MS with medicines. Meanwhile, in many countries, the search for causes of this disease and alternative forms of therapy is underway. In 2009, it was noticed that many patients with multiple sclerosis had problems with blood circulation. The venous system responsible for draining blood from the brain and spinal cord works badly. As a result, blood in the brain leads to inflammation, and these induce neurological symptoms associated with MS.

The CCSVI procedure against pharmacological therapy
15.03.2019
CCSVI
Author: CCSVI Clinic

The CCSVI procedure against pharmacological therapy

The procedure currently used in our clinic in the treatment of chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency (CCSVI) is at the highest global level. Both advanced diagnostics and operational techniques reduce the risk of side effects to a minimum. For this reason, people suffering from multiple sclerosis are very often interested in it. There may or may not be signs of venous insufficiency in MS. The patients' interest in new forms of therapy is understandable. While the procedure of clearing the veins may restore their proper functioning, it is difficult to say that about pharmacological treatment.

CCSVI Clinic operates in an international group
25.02.2019
CCSVI
Author: CCSVI Clinic

CCSVI Clinic operates in an international group

We are pleased to inform you that in the second half of January in our clinic we hosted the world-renowned vascular surgeon prof. Salvatore Sclafani and Dr. Franz Schelling, who is the authority in the diagnosis of venous deformities. Our guests actively participated in both pre-operative and surgical tests.

The best specialists from the USA and Austria will operate at CCSVI Clinic
04.12.2018
CCSVI
Author: CCSVI Clinic

The best specialists from the USA and Austria will operate at CCSVI Clinic

Hello,

my name is Agnieszka Ogrodowska and I deal with patient service at CCSVI Clinic. I would like to share with you the information which in our opinion is very important from the point of view of people suffering from MS / CCSVI.

In the second week of January, we come to the clinic of prof. Salvatore Sclafani from the USA. He is a vascular surgeon with the largest experience in the world in terms of CCSVI operations. It is true that legal obstacles meant that he could never operate vessels inside the skull, but at the level of jugular veins and vessels inside the body there are no people with more experience in the world. The combination of prof. Sclafani and our neurosurgeons are CCSVI at an even higher level.

Professor Sclafani will participate in operations only between January 6 and 9, and his educational experience can not be overestimated. If any of you are wondering about the operation of CCSVI in our clinic, please contact us as soon as possible. In addition to prof. Sclafani, in January we will be honored again by the presence of dr. Franz Schelling from Austria, awarded the gold medal INSVD (the highest CCSVI award) for pioneering research and teaching the relationship of chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency with MS, honorary President of the organization "Associazione CCSVI nella Sclerosi Multipla - Onlus, his participation will be limited to pre-surgery and planning diagnostics operations.


Best wishes

Agnieszka Ogrodowska
CCSVI Clinic

What is CCSVI?
29.11.2018
CCSVI
Author: CCSVI Clinic

What is CCSVI?

CCSVI is a chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency. A condition that causes the blood to escape freely from the brain and spinal cord. There may be many reasons for the difficult outflow. These are:

  • venous stenosis
  • lock damage to the valves
  • other types of deformations.

As a result, the body can not drain blood from the brain in an optimal way and develops collateral circulation, which is not as efficient anymore. As a result of the lack of blood circulation, permanent malnutrition and hypoxia of the brain and spinal cord occur. There are inflammations and demyelinating processes characteristic of multiple sclerosis. Interestingly, according to the hypothesis put forward by prof. Zamboniego is the deformation of the venous system and the emergence of inflammation, can lead to autoimmune reaction and multiple sclerosis. The hypothesis is justified in the permanent or transient improvement of the health condition of patients with MS (multiple sclerosis) undergoing vein clearing treatment.

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