Neuropaedics

J. Wall jimwall at DIRECT.CA
Sun Dec 29 17:05:24 EST 1996


Loss of stature during aging is associated with loss of thickness of 
intervertebral discs. Neuropaedic surgery is cervical disc replacement 
of narrowed spinal discs in the neck and restores length to vertebral 
arteries which supply blood flow to hindbrain and brain stem. This 
provides neuroprotection against strokes, headaches, blackouts, 
dizziness, intermittent blurred vision, tinnitus. Canadian Neuropaedic 
Foundation was incorporated June 1996 as a non-profit charitable 
foundation with tax registration number: Charity Registration No. 
1093467-11. The Neuropaedic Project is planned for Vancouver BC Canada 
and Bellingham WA USA to develop screening protocols and clinics for 
disc replacement. CNF is seeking assistance with fund raising for this 
project which will ultimately benefit tens of millions of aging 
Americans, as cervical disc degeneration affects 97% of females and 100% 
of males at age 70. Please respond to:

Canadian Neuropaedic Foundation
#33-529 Johnstone Road,
Parksville, BC, Canada,
V9P 2K1

tel: (250) 752-0510
fax: (250) 752-0220




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