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How Craniocervical Misalignment Effects Fluid Flow
Dr. Scott Rosa is doing the most compelling upper cervical chiropractic rsearch in the world today. He has spent the last 15 years working developmentally with the inventor of the MRI (Dr. Raymond Damadian) and FONAR Corporation - maker of the UPRIGHT Multi-positional MRI, in developing his advanced dynamic imaginig procedure. He has worked with FONAR Corporation in developing cine cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) flow software as well as cine motion MRI and vertebral artery flow studies which have been instrumental in providing advanced images validating upper cervical adjusting pre and post C-1 correction, as well as patho-physiological changes at the cranio-cervical junction.
Dr. Rosa's latest research is in the area of neuro-degenerative brain disease, cerebellar tonsillar ectopia (CTE), altered CSF and arterial/venous flow dynamics and their correlation to the cranio-cervical junction (gateway between the brain and spinal column), and atlas misalignment. Cerebrospinal fluid is no longer thought of as JUST a cushion for the brain. Recent studies have shown the importance of CSF to clear toxins of the brain through the glymphatic system; also, the draining of CSF from the central nervous system into the deep cervical lymph nodes by the newly found meningeal lymphatic vessels. It is highly important that the CSF is un-encumbered in order for these systems to work effectively.


2014 VEITH Symposium

Dr. Dake Looks Forward

During the 2014 VEITH Symposium Sharon Richardson, CCSVI Alliance President, interviewed Dr. Michael Dake.  Dr. Dake discussed CCSVI and its future, including its potential impact on a broad range of neurological diseases. Dr. Dake also discussed the March 2015 ISNVD scientific conference.


Dr. Zamboni Update on CCSVI

During the 2014 VEITH Symposium Sharon Richardson, CCSVI Alliance President, interviewed Dr. Paolo Zamboni about his presentation.  In the interview Dr. Zamboni discussed developments over the past five years in CCSVI, including patient selection and progress of his double blinded “Brave-Dreams” clinical trial.  Dr. Zamboni also discussed NASA’s use of his Drain Brain” neck collar in experiments being conducted on the International Space Station.

For more information, review ISNVD’s Position Paper on multimodal screening for detection of CCSVI and Astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti’s reporting from the International Space Station on her use of Dr. Zamboni’s neck collar technology. 



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