CCSVI Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis is being widely explored worldwide. A number of hospitals and neurosurgeons throughout the world are offering Zamboni Procedure for the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis. Mexico is one of the popular destinations, where patients are seeking treatment for CCSVI conditions. If you are planning to go ahead with the procedure, the below mentioned information regarding CCSVI treatment in Mexico should be helpful.
What is CCSVI?
Chronic cerebro-spinal venous insufficiency (CCSVI) is a condition, in which, the veins of Central Nervous System are not able to drain the blood efficiently. This leads to iron deposits in the veins, causing them to be blocked. In 2008, Italian researcher Paulo Zamboni found that CCSVI condition is associated with Multiple Sclerosis. He hypothesized that MS could be treated by clearing the blockages using Liberation Procedure.
What are the qualifications for CCSVI Treatment?
â€˘ Not all MS patients qualify for CCSVI treatment.
â€˘ Only the patients, who are diagnosed with CCSVI conditions, are eligible.
â€˘ Age, health and operational risks are other factors that determine a patientâ€™s eligibility for the surgery.
â€˘ CCSVI Screening includes a Magnetic Resonance Venography and a Doppler examination of the cervical region. The screening services are provided at our network hospital in Mexico.
â€˘ Patients considering MS treatment in Mexico are required to fill a medical questionnaire before they can get started with it.
Quality of treatment for CCSVI in Mexico
â€˘ CCSVI treatment in Mexico is provided at a pre-screened hospital in Tijuana. It is:
o A modern, private hospital located at a comfortable driving distance from the San Diego border.
o One of the largest medical centers of Northern Mexico having a 20-storey facility.
o Well equipped with required medical, diagnostic, and therapeutic technologies.
â€˘ Surgeons performing CCSVI treatment in Mexico are:
o Licensed to perform in both US and Mexico.
o Associated with renowned medical associations such as American Society of Cardiology.
o Have more than 20 years of experience.
o Have done fellowship in cardiology.
Hospital stay for CCSVI treatment in Mexico: 3 nights
Post-procedure care and follow-up?
o Before discharging the patient, a Doppler examination is conducted to confirm the removal of blockages.
o The surgeon my conduct any other post-operative tests, if required.
o A 6-month follow-up with the surgeon is included in the surgery package.
CCSVI treatment in Mexico is available at an affordable cost without any waiting time.