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I’ve just had a look at this again to refresh my memory and yes, I’m fairly sure I have that. Although I have found no written notes in my medical records to support this, though I did look at my record printouts and analysed as much of the detail as I could understand and this is when I discovered it.
I kept getting back ‘Abnormal ECG’ printouts that said ‘Possible Anterior Infarct’ and (typical of me) I needed to know more, to understand what was going on.
I watched several of those medical training videos on YouTube (and further confirmed the facts on other websites). There’s a representative circular dial and your results, within certain limits, show the problem.
I can’t remember the full detail now, as it’s a few months ago that I started looking at it (then I got distracted with The Driscoll Theory!) so I never got much further than that.
Head & Neck Injury (June 2002); Mild Concussion; Post Concussion Syndrome; Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS); Peripheral Vestibular Dysfunction; Mild Radiculopathy & Small Fibre Neuropathy (right leg & foot resp.); Partially Empty Sella (Oct 2002) Fully Blown Empty Sella (Oct 2004); Whiplash Associated Disorder (WAD); Cerebellar Ectopia (Chiari 0); Cranio-cervical Instability (CCI) with Posterior Gliding (PG) & Cranial Settling (CS); Brain Compression; Retroflexed Odontoid; Stretched/Elongated Brainstem; Vitamin D deficiency; Ehlers Danlos (EDS) type 111; and now Osteoarthritis!