Multiple sclerosis, or MS, is a chronic and oftentimes progressive, and potentially disabling illness involving the brain, the spinal cord, and the optic nerves in the eyes. People who struggle with MS notice issues involving their muscle control, balance, vision, and other basic bodily functions, but the effects and severity of MS symptoms differ between each and every patient.
The biggest problem that faces MS patients is that once they get diagnosed and put on medication - that is pretty much where all the care stops beyond just going for MRIs to watch the progression. The treatment at this point is only pharmaceutical drugs to suppress the immune system to try and slow the progression and there is nothing else that can be done to help the symptoms that they are experiencing. While it may help in some ways, most patients still experience quite the number of symptoms that drastically affect their lives. And sadly, the progression always still happens. And while 95% of patients live to normal life expectancy, they tend to endure much more suffering than is necessary when the disease progresses. MS takes so much of life away, and the symptoms can range and vary. One of the most dangerous things that our MS patients say on their first visits is, “if it stays like this, I’ll be okay.” It's always living on eggshells. It’s the hope that things don’t progress and get worse.
I’m here to tell you that There is a significantly more modern way to approach how MS affects your brain and nerves and how your immune system is involved. The first step is we need to run the right labs. There are lab markers that are absolutely associated with the progression and worsening - even the causation of MS. And in all my years of doing this and all these MS patients, I have gotten to work with, almost none of them have ever had these labs run. In fact, usually, when we do run them and the patient invariably looks them up on google, they end up downright angry that these markers are there, and there are treatments that can be done for them, that put the patient back into a place of control where they feel better AND they aren’t living on eggshells about when things will progress. There have been so many advances not only in the research of how MS affects the body but also in the field of Biotechnology- technology that is designed to amplify and stimulate healing in the body and nervous system that was previously not available to us. MS is still treated exactly the same as it was before 2000, the approach needs a serious overhaul. Doing the same things over and over gets us the same result, technology has brought us to the forefront of being able to make changes to the condition that most people are still told aren’t possible.
Like my patient, Lisa, who came to me years after she was diagnosed, and had a giant lesion on her brainstem that the doctors were telling her could be fatal. After nine months of working together, not only were her symptoms gone, but the lesion was nowhere to be found. 10 years later, she is still doing great and no lesions have returned.
Superior Health Solutions is a facility to designed to care for chronic, complicated health challenges using all natural, non-invasive methods.
We do this by combining the most up to date research on the most difficult to solve problems, combined with multiple different advanced biotechnologies literally designed to increase the healing process.
While we do work with you on how to make simple but impactful lifestyle changes like diet and vitamins- that is not all that we do.
You won’t be leaving out of here with a shopping bag full of vitamins and the world’s most strict diet plan and told to come back in a few months to see how you did with it.
If you have one of the one of the conditions listed on the site, and you are ready to make a change to regain your health and do what it takes to have that happen, then a conversation to see what is possible is in order.
This needs to be a collaborative approach between both sides. This is right for someone who is willing to invest in their health to take back control of what you have lost. We are typically not the first office that people come to, we are typically the doctors of last resort.
I have sat with so many people, some with incredibly significant problems, but the people that start working with us are usually moved at being at rock bottom. Now I hope you are not there.
But people who usually enter our world are tired, frustrated, tried almost everything and motivated to do something different.
If you need a big sales pitch or convincing that this health problem is important enough to deal with, then I’m not the guy for you.
I’m here to give you the information that you need in order to make a good decision.
This is right for the person, who is tired of conventional medicine and not getting the results that they want and are looking for more innovative approaches to get results.
In order to accept you as a patient into care, we have to willingly not accept someone else. So you will have our 100% commitment to you and figuring this out, so we ask you for the same commitment.
We go through a multi-step process of evaluating your specific health challenge.
First, we will go through a detailed conversation with you to get all the information on what you are experiencing and where you want to go with your health.
We will also review any test results that have been run on you in the past, so please be sure to bring those with you.
Next, we are going to run tests on you that you have probably never seen before, Don’t worry, they aren’t painful.
But they are tests that most doctors miss that gives us the advantage to be able to pinpoint exactly what is going on with your body.
We don’t want to operate with only a fraction of the information, we want to operate with all the right data.
From there we will get you scheduled for a follow-up visit typically within a day or 2 and we are going to cover everything that we found.
Finally, based off all that information, we will develop and design a unique care plan for you. Finances will be discussed at this time, so please bring anyone involved in the decision making process.
To be fair, while I would love to give you a specific number, without knowing your specific health details I could either give you a number that is too high, or too low.
Since we custom our care based on what conditions and specific findings a patient presents with, we need to have that data first before we can give you an accurate answer.
But all of that will be discussed at length before a care plan is presented.
To give you an example, in traditional medicine care, for Multiple Sclerosis patients spend about 4 million dollars in care over their lifetime - which is astronomical - and they still end up being sick and progressing.
Our program for MS is a tiny fraction of that.
With that being said, we want you to be able to get the type of care that you deserve and the results that you want.
If we determine it’s a good fit, all costs of care will be spoken about before we move forward.
Because of the level of care, amount of care and time dedicated to each case that we spend, we will prepare a custom care plan and resolve the finances before any care begins.
We also have financing programs that work with a very high acceptance rate.
We would love it if insurance companies and all kinds of healthcare put their differences aside and focused on what really matters - you the patient and all worked together to help you get better.
Unfortunately that is not the case.
Any kind of care that is designed to prevent or improve your health is not considered medically necessary.
I know, I know that sounds crazy - but all traditional care follows medicare guidelines - which is why they only cover prescriptions and surgery.
If there was a treatment out there right now that was covered by your insurance companies, that your doctors could get paid for - They would have offered it you already.
The covered treatment that you most likely have already received isn’t going to get you different results than you are currently getting.
We had a very real choice:
Either offer what everyone else offered and get the same results that someone else pays for, or step outside of the insurance box and get the patients the results that they deserve even if they are responsible for the cost.
The patients that we work with are tired of what their insurance is willing to pay for because it keeps them stuck, frustrated and sick.
If what we offered was more of the same, what would be the point of us working together?
You would get the same outcome as you got before.
As an example, the thyroid patients that we see are still being treated the way it was designed originally in 1964- and there is nothing new coming for them.
You deserve better.