From what I could tell from the website and reading the studies on the NIH website, there is nothing magical about what they are doing...instead of injecting with a steroid, they are using Embrel, which is given to rheumatoid arthritis patients in an effort to stop joint damage and to ease pain so the patient can keep moving.
I don't understand what the changes are in the body that allow it to work for rheumatoid arthritis, Alzheimer's, stroke and sciatica. Sounds fascinating to me.
I would check around. There must be someone in Canada who is doing the same thing.
I'll be surprised if there is someone on the board who has had this treatment. It almost sounds too good to be true, a thought that was reinforced in my mind by the fact that the doctor is located in Florida (where most of our too good to be true medical practioners seem to be located....