Upright Multiple Sclerosis Patient #4 Sagittal CSF Flow
showing obstruction of the CSF flow dorsal to the spinal cord.


CSF Flow in a Normal Volunteer in the Vertical Position.
(normal volunteer #7)

The QUANTITATION of CSF FLOW made possible by MRI technology
(32 quarts of CSF circulate from the brain to the lumbar sacrum each day)
has enabled, for the first time, QUANTITATIVE MEASUREMENT of the ACTUAL DEGREE to which patient CSF FLOW has been impaired by cervical malalignment, as well as providing QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT of the degree to which
neurological and neuro-surgical treatment
have restored CSF FLOW and repaired the patient's


Quantitative CSF VIDEOGRAPHY™ of a Parkinson's Patient
Before and After Successful Treatment