CCSVI Treatment Center - Multiple Sclerosis MS Therapy

Medical science has spent many years advancing the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis. At Angeles Hospital, we are proud to offer one the latest advancements in MS treatments: chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency syndrome (CCSVI) treatment.

About The CCSVI Liberation Method

CCSVI Liberation Method has been shown to be effective in the treatment of MS symptoms. In 2008, Italian Doctor Paolo Zamboni’s research found CCSVI was an indicator in later MS development. This research showed that by treating CCSVI, MS symptoms could potentially be reduced. The treatment itself gets at the root symptoms of CCSVI by improving blood flood from the brain which has been restricted by the condition.

The treatment consists of first detecting blood flow blockages with ultrasound and tracing their pathways with injected dyes. Once detected, damaged veins are expanded with air from a balloon catheter. This frees up the blood flow and breaks up any existing iron deposits caused by CCSVI. Such treatment not only improves blood flow, but also has a positive effect on MS symptoms. Patients with relapsing-remitting MS typically respond very well. In patients where vien damage reoccurs, self expanding metal stents may be implanted to keep them functional.

Stem Cell Therapy For Adults

The stem cell therapy used at Angeles Hospital world class treatment center is a truly unique and exciting procedure. Your body uses your own stem cells to help you heal. By using stem cells collected from your own fat cells, stem cell therapy can be used in a wide variety of treatments such as cardio health, neurological damage, respiratory, joint issues, immune disorders, degenerative eye diseases and neurodegenerative diseases.

Why Angeles Hospital?

Many patents from across North America come to Angeles everyday for MS treatments. Here are a few reasons why.

  • Our physicians are highly trained and specialize in fields essential to the treatment of MS. Dr. Daniel Morales is an expert in neuro-intervention and Dr. Jorge Luna studied interventional cardiology at Stanford.
  • Our hospital is located just minutes from San Diego making travel easy.
  • Our treatment program includes in-patient treatment of at least three days to monitor your progress. This assures your treatment is going well and your physical reactions positive.
  • A combination of cardiology and neurology allow for better and more insightful treatments.
  • With over 350 treatments, our medical team is highly experienced in the treatment of MS using the CCSVI Liberation Method.
  • Our on-site physiotherapy room aids in treatment and recovery.

Meet The Doctors

Dr. Daniel Morales graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at Autonomous University of Baja California and did his internship at the General Hospital in Mexicali, Mexico. Further education included specializing in Neurosurgery at the Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon, and a sub-specialty in neurological endovascular therapy as well. Dr. Morales also works as a visiting professor at both of his former colleagues teaching others what he has learned. Dr. Morales also contributes regularly to medical publications and appears at medical conferences throughout Mexico.

Dr. Jorge Luna graduated from the Universidad Autonoma de Baja California in Mexicali, Mexico where he focused his medical education on Internal Medicine. During fellowships at the Instituto Nacional de Cardiologia, he studied cardiovascular medicine including cardiac catheterization and invasive cardiology. Dr. Luna has also studied and researched cardiovascular medicine and interventional cardiology at the prestigious Stanford University. Dr. Luna has published several articles and speaks regularly at gatherings in the international scientific community.

CCSVI Treatment at Angeles Hospita

At Angeles Hospital we are dedicated to helping patients get the treatment they need to live richer and more fulfilling lives. If you have MS or a related condition contact us today for further information and treatment plans.

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