The Cost of CCSVI Liberation Treatment for MS

The cost of the CCSVI Liberation Treatment for MS performed by the Clinics of the Heart has remained the same since we began in June, 2010. The CCSVI angioplasty treatment of the jugular and azygous veins includes: Bloodwork, an auditive testing and a clinical neurological evaluation are performed twice, once before and once after the procedure takes place.

Costs:
CCSVI Angioplasty treatment $9,750.00USD
A Doppler ultrasound of the jugular veins is perform as well.

Hotel accommodations at the Marina Fiesta Resort are included. http://marinafiestaresort.com/

Appointments for treatments can be made and more information can be obtained by contacting the CCSVI Treatment Coordinators
Daniela Tinoco at daniela@cardioabroad.com or
Andres Brakke at info@cardioabroad.com.

You may also call 1(623) 512-0692.

5 Responses to “The Cost of CCSVI Liberation Treatment for MS”

  1. Hadhi Arqum says:

    I’m interested in having the ccsvi procedure

  2. Brad Andres says:

    Hello, We are looking at assisting a family member with the costs of his potential CCSVI Liberation Treatment for MS. I am wondering if there is a way to pay from Canada using our Master Card either through an on-line access or by other means?

    Would you please advise me of some of your options for payment for the proceedure.

    Thank you

    Brad

  3. Thomas Thomson says:

    Buenos Dias,

    I would be interested to know if you have used this procedure to treat spasmodic torticollis (cervical dystonia). I have had this condition for about 10 years and it seems to have much in common with MS. I also find I exhibit many common symptoms such as, extreme lethargy, depression, lack of motivation and general lack of energy. I usually have to take a nap at noon to get through the rest of the day even though I take a stimulant medication (Nuvigil) to help keep me awake. I also know my father also had problems with energy and motivation, especially later in life. He was diagnosed eventually with Wernike Korsakoff syndrome, but I don’t know if the diagnosis was accurate or if he may have symply been suffering from decreased blood flow to the brain. Lastly, MRI’s have shown the beginnings of atherosclerois in my brain, which would seem to be another symptom of decreased blood flow (but I am no expert, of course).
    I appreciate any information.
    Regards,
    Thomas Thomson

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  5. ANAI MERCADO says:

    Hola mi paeja y yo sabemos de este pricedimiento hace algunos meses para el tratmiento de esclerosis multiple. Sabemos tambien que lo realizan en Los Cabos y que hay un hospital en el D.F. donde tambien lo realizan. Les pidopor favor que nos proporcionen los datos del hospitan el el D.F. a donde podemos acudir ya que por cuestiones económicas se nos dificulta traladarnos a Los cabos o cualquier otro lado. Tambien nos gustaria saber si hay facilidades de pago o existe algun seguro que se pueda adquirir para ayudarnos a costear el procedimiento. Espero que puedan ayudarnos con esto ya que veo que en su pagina que apoyan a las personas necesitadas. Agradezco de antemano su atención y el envio de la informacion que les solicitamos. Les enviamos un enorme abrazo.

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