Autoimmune Neurology : more treatable & reversable
Testing : The More You Know, The More You Can Do
Being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) is a life-changing experience, but it doesn’t need to be life-diminishing.
Today, MS is treatable with medicines and other types of therapies. That’s good news for thousands who have MS. MS takes many forms. Everyone’s MS is different, and no one can predict exactly what yours will be like. But the bottom line is that you are more than your MS. You’re still the same person you were before you were diagnosed. You have time to think about things and talk to other people and your health care providers before making decisions about treatments or lifestyle changes. By learning about MS, you’ll also learn that there is real hope. There are many things you can do to live an active, satisfying life despite this chronic disease.
What's Our Speaciality
We do a thorough testing depending on the clinical diagnosis. Although expensive, it is worth the possibility of Immunotherapy
Food Intolerance Test
Finding the source of Autoimmunity, your blood is tested for antibody to 221 food items.
Causes free passage of microbes & chemicals into the blood stream and initiates chronic inflammation in the body. Leaky gut causes leaky brain also.
Apart from main-stream drugs we use holistic Ayurveda for immune balance.
The value of genetic testing
- Provide a definitive diagnosis that helps guide patient treatment and care decisions.
- Save the patient and family from stressful, invasive, and expensive diagnostic procedures like biopsy.
- Help counsel the patient and relatives concerning possible recurrence risk.
- Provide key genetic information for family planning.
- Better understand the cause of disease with an increase in genotype-specific trials
Gene Editing: A Potential Treatment for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
Gene editing is a potentially transformative technology that is in very early stages of development. In broad terms, gene editing refers to a host of methods that repair genes by disrupting it or rewriting its sequence. Other technologies such as “read-through” therapies are in more advanced stages of development and are pending the results of human clinical trials. For example, the investigational oral drug ataluren is in development to treat Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) resulting from nonsense mutations. The era of precision medicine is being heralded by treatments that are not necessarily disease specific but are targeted to the molecular mechanisms caused by pathogenic variants.