Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a potentially debilitating disease in which the sufferer’s immune system targets the protective (myelin sheath) around nerves. This impedes the flow of signals through the brain and rest of the body. Over time this can result in deterioration of the nerves themselves, a process that has proved irreversible using established and well researched forms of medical intervention.
Multiple sclerosis symptoms vary depending on which nerves are affected and to what extent. This destructive process can in some instances result in a significant decrease or even loss of ability to walk or speak. Multiple sclerosis can be difficult to diagnose early on in the course of the disease, mainly because the telltale symptoms often come and go — sometimes disappearing for months at a time.
And although multiple sclerosis can occur at any age, it most often is manifest in folks between the ages of 20 and 40, with women being more likely to develop the condition than men.
The standard approach to managing multiple sclerosis typically involves use of various drugs, which are outlined on the National Multiple Sclerosis Society website.
Although the conventional spin on treating multiple sclerosis produces clinical benefit in many instances, some physicians believe many players in the multiple sclerosis disease process are being overlooked. One of these, pioneering doctor David Steenblock, has spend decades treating multiple sclerosis and has found that at least some patients have their condition complicated by the presence of high mercury levels in their tissues and/or many other biological “monkey wrenches.” In order to ascertain whether or not one or more of these factors are at work in a patient’s disease, Dr. Steenblock employs a battery of tests such as the DMPS challenge test, CDSA, alpha 1 antitrypsin, alpha 2 macroglobulin test, and thyroid.
Dr. Steenblock and his able crew of research assistants have also carefully worked out dietary guidelines for multiple sclerosis Alternative Therapies for Multiple Sclerosis. Of course, these dietary and CAM approaches need to be fine-tuned to the patient, something Dr. Steenblock and his staff are experts at.
In his decades of private practice, Dr Steenblock has established himself as a pioneer in many fields of medicine. From stroke care and acute brain trauma to regenerative and cell-based medicine in the treatment of ALS, Cerebral Palsy and other chronic and degenerative diseases, what has separated Dr Steenblock from his peers is his unique and comprehensive approach to patient care:
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