The underlying causes of neurodegenerative diseases being rooted in infections by microbes has gained more recognition of late which is great news for the alternative treatment community which has been promoting this view for many years. Alan Macdonald's important studies of beta amyloid tissue in the brains of Alzheimer's patients showing spirochetes in 100% of the samples he obtained is a significant indicator of this perspective.
Here's a review that underscores this idea and pionts to new research that is needed to better understand the infectious nature of neurodegenerative disease. Its imperative that we become more aware and vigilant to the potential for the infectious origins of our patient's symptoms whether they are behavioral, perceptual, psychiatric or expressly physical in presentation as choices for treatment options will differ in this regard. Photobiomodulation with near infrared light and neurofeedback training can be useful in these cases as well along with appropriate antimicrobial and immune system support protocols. Our collaboration with Montgomery Integrative Health Group in Wyndmoor PA (215-233-6226) was established to assure that we can determine the underlying causes of problems and then construct treatment models that address those causes as safely and directly as possible.
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