Date(s) & type of neurological diagnosis (RRMS, SPMS, PPMS, CIS, or other): RRMS 2001
Lesion locations (most affected side, if known), number of lesions Lesions on spine (2), Lesions on left and right side and occipital lobe, all together 40+ lesions
MS HISTORY PRIOR TO INCLINED THERAPY
Vertigo (all day, but worse in the morning), foot drop, spacisity (worse on left side), headaches, numbness, weakness of arms and legs,cold hands and feet.
MY HEALTH HISTORY AND CURRENT PROBLEMS :--
Optic Neuritis in 2001, ongoing MS issues - all above problems
GENERAL GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION:
It would be very useful if you could tell us about your everyday problems, how they affect your life and how and when they first started. I would also like to know where you lived, (Not the address)
a general area description from the time you first noticed your problems will suffice.
For example: River valley or low-lying coastal area, elevated hillside(height above sea level if known)
If you moved what type of area you moved to and if your condition improved or worsened.
What weather conditions aggravate or improve your problems? What is/was your job, did you work in a damp/humid environment, perhaps near a river or in a steamy kitchen, or on a ship or boat.
Have you experienced any changes in your condition due to altitude, Perhaps during a trip to the top of a mountain or to the bottom of a ravine or valley?
MS treatments and results: Avonex 4 1/2 years, Rebif (6 months), Tysabri (17 months), IV IG, Copaxone and IV Infusion Decadron
Number of relapses in the first and second year before I.BT. intervention: 3
EDSS before I.BT. intervention (self-assessed or physician-assessed?): Unknown
FSS before I.BT. intervention: Unknown
Number of relapses since starting I.B.T intervention: 0
Impact on your MS symptoms in words (include date in brackets if there have been multiple updates): I am tracking my progress now, but I have been using IBT for 2 1/2 weeks. I am no longe dizzy in the morning. I always thought I was dizzy after sleeping just from tossing and turning, but it looks as it was a circulation issue since I am no longer dizzy after starting this therapy. Spacisity and foot drop are my other major issues and those have deceased as well. They are still there but less severe than they were.
Even if I never get the Liberation Therapy, I can honestly tell you that IBT has made a difference in my life. People tell me I am walking better, I have kess "cog fog"....I will continue to post with updates.
Have you had testing for CCSVI blockage yet: (Y/N) N - scheduled in Seton Clinic May 3
Have you undergone a stenosis procedure (Y/N) N - waiting list at Ameds Centrum in Poland