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Kathy who has ms and CCSVI has been using IBT for 6 months.

Kathy Hutchinson 11 June 2010 at 18:43
Wanted to let you know, Andrew, that although I am still in W/C, I believe the sole reason I am able to manage living alone and not in full care facility is these last 6 months of IBT. I do have ccsvi as demonstated by a 2007 mri that a doctor freind kindly reread recently and made a special trip to my home to tell me. Needless to say, I am among the thousands in Canada who are fighting for the right to have blocked veins treated. As you know, once it is suggested you have 'ms' you become the sole property of neurologists and the 'drug cartel'.Andrew, I no longer choke, have labored breathing,severe incontinance, purple feet, terrible panic attacks, vertigo..Thanks to you, Kathy
 
Andrew, This is my permission to you to use anything I've related/written re; IBT as well as my name...I have difficulty typing/vision etc... 

Kathy Huchinson
https://www.facebook.com/kathy.hutchinson.773 Posted Date : 08-04-2015

Report from a lady with ms who has used IBT for 2 months

Newfie-Girl
Posted on thisisms forum: Sun Apr 04, 2010 12:39 am    Post subject: 2 month update Hi Andrew, first of all, thank you, so very much for all your hard work and dedication to IBT. I am in my 9th week now and have my bed inclined to 5.5 in.

The results have been amazing:
The 1st couple of nights, I felt tingling ( a good tingling)of life coming back to my legs and hands. It was as if my body had been awoken after 10 years of sleep!
Dreaming has returned nightly, but I still don't remember a whole lot in the morning(must be an age thing Sad )
Less trips or no trips to the bathroom, this was something I noticed immediately, the first couple of nights.
Circulation is so much better, both hands and feet are toasty warm, compared to ice cold before.
I'm saving the best for last:

I have been in a wheelchair for 4 years now, and for the first time in 4 years, I can lift up my foot about 3 inches off the floor, a major accomplishment for me. I can even take a few steps unattended or holding on to something. I occasionaly use a walker and the strength in my left leg ( i suffer from dropfoot in that legs)is so much better. My family and friends are astounded by the difference in my gait, they say, I am standing straighter and stronger. I love my IB and will continue to follow this therapy forever. I would suggest to all MSers out there who are skeptical to get inclined,ASAP.

Sorry for such a long post but I could go on forever.Thank you, Thank you,Thank you, you are my hero!

Newfie-Girl
Posted Date : 08-04-2015

Tracy From Facebook Wrote the following today after trying I.B.T. for just 18 days

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Tracy Reiter Soom 23 April at 04:34
I am sorry to be so presumptuous to email you on FB, but I wanted to tell you IBT is amazing. I am 35 and have had(known) MS for 8 1/2 years. I have been through every interferon, Tysabri, etc.. I was elated to learn about CCSVI - which came just in time - I was in the process of picking one of 3 dangerous medications. I am anti-pharmaceutical company to begin with but the theory behind CCSVI made too much sense to listen to my neurologist, so I had a friend cut blocks of wood for me and now sleep inclined nightly. It has been 2 1/2 weeks and there is a marked difference already. (I am on the waiting list at Ameds Centrum in Poland, but have not had the surgery yet). I no longer wake up dizzy everyday. No more pounding headache. Spactisity and Foot Drop are back to the way they were before my last relapse (only when I am tired). Even if I don't get Liberation Therapy, IBT is working. THANK YOU! YOU'RE A GENIOUS!Tracy

Tracy Reiter Soom
Posted Date : 08-04-2015

26 years post MS diagnosis Name omitted.

Dear Mr Fletcher, thank you so much for raising my bed. I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis twenty six years ago and have been paralysed many times.

Before raising my bed (April 96)

1. I had muscle spasm in my legs, especially in the morning and at night.
2. I had problems walking with weakness in my right leg. I was shaky and needed a stick.
3. I had a muscle weakness in my left eye.
4. I had a painful lump on my calf muscle which was growing, an orthopaedic condition (osteochondrmatosis which results in oedema). I had difficulty with my ankle and on-going physiotherapy was essential.
5. I was suffering weight loss.
6. I had asthma and used inhalers.
7. I had bad sinusitis and needed physiotherapy and inhalers.

Since raising my bed

1. I no longer get muscle spasm in my legs.
2. My walking is much improved. I do not use my stick anymore.
3. The eye weakness is much improved. It only ‘wanders’ when I am very tired.
4. The lump has shrunk to a small flat area; there is no pain, just a feeling of slight pressure. Physiotherapy is no longer required.
5. My weight has increased by over half a stone
6. The asthma is much improved-the inhaler was only needed a couple of times this summer for high pollen count level.
7. My sinusitis is much improved and less painful. Physiotherapy is no longer needed and I only occasionally use an inhaler.

I do not have the exhaustion, I feel more energetic and less tired. My ms is more stable; one day is more like the next and not so erratic. Raising my bed has brought positive results and continues to do so. I feel stronger as the months go by.

Further letter:

I forgot to mention the following information in my letter, concerning my improvement since raising my bed.
My balance has improved, I have had no relapses and my hair is in better condition and there is more of it!!.

My bladder control is much better, particularly at night. This is a real bonus!

Other people including nurses. Medics and friends, have remarked how much better I am.
They are amazed that my MS stayed stable when a painful operation without any anaesthetic (at my own request) to help keep my ms stable.
Everyone I amazed at the absence of my stick.

Best wishes (name omitted)

Annonymous


Posted Date : 08-04-2015