Neurodegenerative Disorders

Neurodegenerative disorders are diseases of the central and peripheral nervous system that lead to a progressive deterioration of the tissues, and various symptoms including loss of balance, movement disorders, weakness, changes in sensation and many more. While some conditions are strongly linked to genetics, such as Huntington Disease, there are others which are multi-factorial like Parkinsons Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS or Lou Gehrig’s Disease) and Alzheimer’s Disease.

Optimal treatment of neurodegenerative disorders is based on careful evaluation of contributing factors, and focused treatment plans which both address those factors and support the patient’s overall well-being.

Restorative Health successfully treats neurodegenerative disorders by combining neuro-supportive therapies such as focused oral medication and supplementation, specialized nutritive IV’s and microcurrent therapy. Chelation and immune-modulating treatments are used when such factors as heavy metal toxicity are involved, or immune dysfunction, as is seen in Multiple Sclerosis.

Once again, an effective course of care very strongly focuses on symptoms relief, but more importantly for the long term stability and health, removal of driving factors, etiologies and causes that trigger and maintain the condition is really important. Known causes of neurodegenerative conditions are infections with viruses and bacteria, toxins esp mercury and other toxic metals but also solvents and agricultural chemicals, nutrient deficiencies or nutrient toxicities like copper overload.

For each situation, there usually are low hanging fruit to pick – simple and sensible things to do that will help improve symptoms. Then the real work to create stability, and depending on the stage and progression of the condition, healing the tissues involved and removing factors that are identified to drive tissue level disturbance and thus symptoms.