At the MS Society, Alberta Division, Annual General Meeting on April 21, 2012, Dr. Peter Stys from the University of Calgary gave this talk detailing his research on progressive MS. Dr. Peter Stys is a Professor in the Department of Clinical Neurosciences for the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Calgary, as well as an attending neurologist on the Calgary Stroke Program at the Foothills Medical Centre, a part of Alberta Health Services. He talks about white matter and the different diseases that can affect it, including MS.
Here at Angeles Health in Mexico we can offer you CCSVI treatment by our Stanford trained interventional cardiologist, who completes the procedure alongside our neurologist. We keep patients in hospital for up to five days after their procedure on an in-patient basis. This is to make sure they can tolerate their blood-thinning medication. At Angeles Health you know you are being treated at a major, large-scale hospital with all of the specialists one would expect from such an establishment. Please fill in the form on the right if you would like to know more.