Online helpline launched to help patients get connected to the best hospitals in India for CCSVI
05/19/2010

Liberationtreatmentindia.com - A no Obligation, No Cost, Patient Helpline for Liberation Treatment in India just been launched to help thousands of patients suffering from Multiple Sclerosis to find high quality, cost effective facilities in India for CCSVI Screening and Venous Angioplasty (Liberation Treatment).

Online PR News – 19-May-2010 – – Liberationtreatmentindia.com - A no Obligation, No Cost, Patient Helpline for Liberation Treatment in India just been launched to help thousands of patients suffering from Multiple Sclerosis to find high quality, cost effective facilities in India for CCSVI Screening and Venous Angioplasty (Liberation Treatment).

The portal has an extremely simple interface and offers the patients absolutely free service to get opinion from top doctors in India about their suitability for the Liberation Treatment. Since majority of the patients presently considering India for Liberation Treatment are from US and Canada, the website has set up a US, Canada Toll Free Helpline where the patients can call and get answers to their questions.

It all started with the Dr. Paolo Zamboni’s search to find out the root cause of debilitating condition of his wife who was suffering with Multiple Sclerosis. After studying many patients suffering from the same condition, he found that that almost all of them had a narrowing, twisting or outright blockage of the veins that are supposed to flush blood from the brain. Further Dr. Paolo Zamboni found that whichever patient had this condition, had a high level of deposition of Iron in the veins. Lack of free flow of the blood to the brain possibly explaining the symptoms of MS. Now the idea was to open up such blocks and allow the free flow o f blood through veins to brain. This is the reason why this procedure is called as Liberation Procedure. This is done in the similar way as it is done in Coronary Balloon procedure. The patient may have single blockage or multiple blockages an accordingly the treatment is decided.

Leading Indian hospitals now offer world class quality of treatment and care at the lowest cost anywhere in the world. This portal, Liberationtreatmentindia.com is an invaluable resource for thousands of Multiple Sclerosis patients who are looking for CCSVI Screening and Liberation Treatment in India at a low cost.

Zero Waiting Time for Liberation Treatment in India - While hospitals in USA, Bulgaria, Italy and Poland have now long waiting periods for carrying out the CCSVI Screening and The Liberation Treatment – there is almost zero waiting period at top Indian hospitals.

Liberation Treatment India is a no obligation online service for Multiple Sclerosis patients seeking CCSVI Screening and Venous Angioplasty i.e. Liberation Treatment in India. We guide you about the various hospitals who are doing high quality work and hand hold the patients step by step through the entire process - co-ordination of medical opinion with top doctors/ hospitals, planning your travel, Obtain India Visa, Airport Pick up and for treatment and stay in India.

About Liberationtreatmentindia.com

Liberationtreatmentindia.com is a patient friendly online resource and facilitation service for Multiple Sclerosis patients around the world who are looking for high quality CCSVI Screening and the Liberation treatment in India at a low cost. It helps overseas patients considering high quality medical treatment in India to not only find the best provider hospitals and CCSVI specialists in India, it also provides valuable guidance and information to obtain all required support services to make their medical visit to India a great success.

For more information or any queries write to us at:
help@liberationtreatmentindia.com
hospitalindia@gmail.com
Call us
US/Canada Toll Free Number: 1-888-771-6965
International Helpline Number: +91-9198993637

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