Multiple Sclerosis, commonly referred to as MS, is an autoimmune disorder that affects the nervous system. MS is a result of the body’s natural immune system attacking its own nerves by destroying the myelin sheath, which is a protective substance that layers the outside of nerves in the central nervous system. This disrupts the ability of the nerves to properly transmit signals throughout the body. Those diagnosed with MS suffer from numbness in the limbs, physical weakness and fatigue, dizziness, double vision, lack of coordination, loss of bladder control and even partial or complete loss of vision.
immune system therapies
HBOT, is a type of treatment used to speed up healing of carbon monoxide poisoning, gangrene, stubborn wounds, and infections in which tissues are starved for oxygen.
Amidst a global COVID-19 crisis, immunity is on our mind.
Scientists in Israel have shown that a type of oxygen therapy can stop new plaques forming and even remove existing plaques in mice with Alzheimer’s.
A new approach to spinal cord stimulation may drastically reduce chronic back pain, a small pilot study suggests.
Having been assured by my physicians in Fall 2013 that no recovery was possible for my sudden onset Bell’s Palsy, I searched far and wide for hope. There are many important players in my nearly 18-month saga but the final and most critical was Roy Schmidt, M.D. His vision to bring regenerative medicine and stem cell therapy to West Tennessee made it possible for me to now find myself at the finishing stages of complete recovery. The outstanding care providers at New Life Medical Group offered me a hopeful path to bring back my face. Who would have thought that my surplus fat would make it possible for me to smile again? I’m on home plate – with tears of gratitude.
About 6 or 7 years ago I started having chronic back problems. If you’re in chronic pain, and you really need relief, it’s worth looking into. It can help improve the quality of your life. I would definitely recommend this to anybody with chronic pain.
Things were so bad before I had the PRP that I couldn’t even change the sheets on my bed…I could not sweep the floor. There were just so many things that I could not do. After the PRP, I was able to do most anything in the world…