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Cerebral Spinal Fluid Leaks and Blockage

EDS-Ehlers Danlos Syndrome

and Associated Connective Tissue Disorders

 

Misc. Files

Dr. Tennant's Bulletins

  • Bulletin 10 Naltrexone (LDN)

  • Bulletin 15 3 Component Treatment to Tackle AA – 2021

  • Bulletin 19 Spinal Fluid Seepage

  • Bulletin 21 Best Drugs for AA and IPS Featured: Pregnenolone

  • Bulletin 27 Recommended Starting Protocol

  • Bulletin 61 (1 of 2) -MRI diagnosis of Lumbar Adhesive Arachnoiditis (AA) for Primary Care Practitioners

  • Bulletin 62 (2 of 2)-MRI diagnosis of Lumbar Adhesive Arachnoiditis (AA) for Primary Care Practitioners

  • Bulletin 63 Symptom Criteria For a Diagnosis of Adhesive Arachnoiditis (AA)

  • Bulletin 64 Are You Ready for Your Next Flare?

  • Bulletin 65 Ancient History Underpins the Three Component Protocol (see bulletin 15)

  • Bulletin 66 Steps to Take if You're Deteriorating

  • Bulletin 67 What is Lumbar/Sacral Adhesive Arachnoiditis

  • Bulletin 68 Protocol First- Then Try New Treatments

  • Bulletin 69 Acetazolamide for Headaches, Blurred Vision, and Dizziness

  • Bulletin 70 Time Frame and Process to Developing AA

  • Bulletin 72 The “Empty Sac” Sign – What does it mean?

  • Bulletin 73 Diet for AA

  • Bulletin 74 Rocking Chair Therapy

  • Bulletin 76 Why AA Causes CSF Leak

  • Bulletin 77 Complications of CSF Leaks

Dr. Tennant Chronicles

 

  • Chronicle 11 Foods that help heal an inflamed body

  • Chronicle 102 INTRACTABLE PAIN SYNDROME (IPS) IS TREATED WITH A 4-COMPONENT PROTOCOL

  • Chronicle 75 ELECTRO-MEDICAL (EM) THERAPY SERIES Part one of four ELECTRIC CURRENT (EC) THERAPY 

  • Chronicle 79 CRITICAL NECESSITY TO MAINTAIN HORMONE BLOOD LEVELS

  • Chronicle 80 THE OLD-FASHIONED ESTROGEN SHOT

  • Chronicles 81 IS KRATOM RIGHT FOR YOU? 

  • Chronicle 82 Symptom criteria for diagnosis of AA

  • Chronicle 83 WHY AND WHAT YOU MUST KNOW ABOUT GABA

  • Chronicle 86 Failure to differentiate between addiction, chronic pain, and IPS

  • Chronicle 87 – How neurotransmitter-receptor systems relieve pain – Part 1

  • Chronicle 88 – Neurotransmitters and receptors – Part 2

  • Chronicle 89 – How to raise critical neurotransmitters – Part 3

  • Chronicle 90 – Immediate pain relief with GABA – Part 4

  • Chronicle 91 – Necessity to regenerate endorphin receptors – Part 5

  • Chronicle 95 – Are you in palliative or curative care? – Part 1

  • Chronicle 96 – Fallacies and misconceptions about palliative care – Part 2

  • Chronicle 97 – Palliative Care- Presenting your case to family and physician – Part 3

  • Chronicle 98 – IPS depletes cortisol-adrenal storage (reserve)

  • Chronicle 99 – IPS patients have two kinds of pain: neuroinflammatory and neuropathic

  • Chronicle 100 – Why high blood sugar (glucose) worsens pain

  • Chronicle 101 – Metabolic complication of IPS: diabetes pre-diabetes, excess cholesterol

  • Chronicle 102 – IPS is treated with a 4-component protocol