Angeles Health is Mexico’s largest hospital network and our facility in Tijuana offers CCSVI treatment for multiple sclerosis. CCSVI, or chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency, is a condition that has been repeatedly linked with MS in various studies across the world. CCSVI treatment, or liberation therapy as it is also known as, involves correcting the symptoms of CCSVI, which are narrowed or even blocked veins in the brain and spinal cord. This process improves the symptoms of MS, often quite drastically. The CCSVI team at Angeles Health is overseen by highly regarded interventional cardiologist Dr Jorge Luna, who completed his medical training at the esteemed Stanford University, USA.
Some of the MS patients who have had the CCSVI procedure at our facility in Mexico kindly gave video interviews shortly after treatment. They are incredibly happy and positive about their experiences and treatment outcomes.
Mr. McGee traveled from Canada to Angeles Health at the end of 2010. He had been diagnosed with MS in 1982 and before his CCSVI treatment his symptoms were difficult to manage: He was unable to walk and couldn’t move his arms and hands very much, his voice was very weak and his eyesight was deteriorating. After the hour-long CCSVI procedure he said his voice was stronger and that his eyesight had improved straight away. McGee was happy with his once swollen, purple feet going down and going back to their usual color, as well as being able to move his arms and hands much more easily.
Please check out part two of this article: CCSVI Mexico: Patient Experiences Part 2