Angeles Health is the largest chain of hospitals in Mexico. We have over 20 hospitals throughout the country and treat both domestic patients and medical tourists. Because we are such a big network we provide outstanding care in a range of specialized areas, including the breakthrough CCSVI liberation method and Stem Cell treatments for a range of conditions, including COPD, Chronic Heart Failure, Stroke and MS.
Multiple Sclerosis is a chronic progressive disease of the Central Nervous System (CNS), affecting the brain, optic nerves and spinal cord. MS can often result in disability, although the extent to which it progresses and its severity depends on the type of MS and the individual.
Literally translated, Multiple Sclerosis means ‘many scars’ and refers to the damage caused to the myelin sheaths that coat nerves, essential for the transmission of messages to the brain. Poor communication between the body and the brain results in poor movement and coordination. All actions controlled by the brain can be affected by MS, both conscious and unconscious movements, including walking, talking, breathing, sight and memory. Continue reading
Because the Central Nervous System (CNS) has so many functions and MS presents itself in so many different ways, it is impossible to make an exact list of MS symptoms. However, you may have a few of the symptoms and not have MS at all. However, as a general rule, whether you think, or know, you have MS or not, if you have any one of these conditions and it persists you should contact your doctor. Continue reading
Choosing the right location to have a potentially life changing procedure is tough. With the surge in CCSVI research and people having CCSVI treatment to successfully alleviate the symptoms of MS and its progression, there are new clinics being opened worldwide. At the same time many clinics across the US have closed, leaving many people confused about where to go for treatment. So let us give you a little help. Here’s why you should come to the Angeles Health Institute for your CCSVI treatment: Continue reading