Today I Win.
Today I Win.
Here at Sharlin Health & Neurology, we’re proud to offer innovative multiple sclerosis treatment options to St. Louis patients in our Springfield clinic. If you’re tired of not getting the answers and support you need, and you’re ready for hope and healing, we’re here for you. Our team is ready to provide all the tools you need to take control of your wellness, reduce your flare-ups, and boost both your short-term and long-term health. Through MS treatments like our signature Brain Tune Up! Genomics powered by IntellxxDNATM, you’ll have the power to master the habits that can dramatically alter the trajectory of your life.
Our neurology clinic serving St. Louis takes a unique approach to treating MS that is based on functional medicine principles. Would you like to learn more?
Take these steps to learn more about our unique functional medicine approach to treating MS:
Step 1: Explore our program, as outlined below. Check out our services, protocols, schedules, and program fees.
Step 2: Reach out to speak with our program coordinator, Callie Maggard. Schedule your free 15-minute phone consultation with her now, and she’ll answer your questions and ensure a good fit.
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS (MS) TREATMENT Protocol
Advanced MS Protocol
In today’s conventional medical realm, multiple sclerosis is still a big mystery. Most MS patients report feeling very little hope or autonomy throughout the treatment process, which is inherently limited. This can lead to frustration for doctors and patients alike. Our chief neurologist at Sharlin Health & Neurology, Dr. Ken Sharlin, has worked with many MS patients at our functional neurology clinic serving the St. Louis area and is committed to a new approach to this condition. We deeply understand how discouraging it can be to receive an MS diagnosis with little hope for a cure. If you’re tired of feeling out of control of your symptoms or being dependent on medication, the team at Sharlin Health & Neurology can help you blaze a new trail.
While our treatment approach does allow for medication, which we believe is valuable in many cases, this isn’t the foundation of our multiple sclerosis treatment for St. Louis patients. Our neurology clinic near Springfield that serves St. Louis not only provides MS treatment but is focused on helping MS patients understand the root causes of their condition and how to slow or even reverse its progression. Building upon our innovative Brain Tune Up! Genomics, our MS treatment includes everything from nutrition and natural supplementation to movement and adjunctive therapies for the best possible outcomes. We’re here to help you take the reins of your health again! Contact us to find out more about our MS treatment options near St. Louis.
Brain Tune Up! MS Program Benefits
While results may vary from patient to patient, the majority of my previous Brain Tune Up! MS Intensive patients enjoyed the following benefits as a result of my advanced Multiple Sclerosis treatment protocol.
- Improved Vision
- Reduced Tingling
- Less Numbness
- Pain Reduction
- Fewer Muscle Spasms
- More Energy
- Better Balance
- Sharper Memory
Brain Tune Up! MS Intensive
Documenting Day 01 to Day 30
Documenting Day 01 to Day 30
I am thrilled to share with you Ryan’s story, a documentation of Ryan’s MS (Multiple Sclerosis) protocol through my months long Brain Tune Up! Intensive MS program. Learn how you can change the trajectory of your health with our Springfield Multiple Sclerosis treatment program aimed at treating the root causes of illness.
Advanced Multiple Sclerosis Protocol
This Plan is for You if You Suffer from MS and…
- If you are looking for more than a pill.
- If you are looking for someone with the right qualifications: A medical school graduate (M.D.) with experience in direct patient care, a state license to practice medicine, and certification by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (APBN).
- If you want a doctor who knows how to address the root causes of disease, not just treat the symptoms or manage the disease.
- If you want a doctor who has ability to integrate traditional medical care and all of its tools with the skills and mindset of functional medicine.
- If you want a doctor who makes your personalized care the ultimate goal.
Terry Wahls Discussion
Diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis
Traditionally, the diagnosis of MS is made by MRI, spinal fluid examination, and possibly evoked potential testing. Once the diagnosis is established the conventional treatment focuses on “Disease-Modifying Therapy”. These treatments target the immune system to reduce the frequency of relapses, slow disability progression, and stabilize or improve the changes seen on MRI. In addition, the symptoms of MS such as pain, fatigue, bladder incontinence, or spasticity may also be treated with medication and therapy.
HOW ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS TRIGGER MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
Multiple sclerosis involves an immune-mediated process in which an abnormal response of the body’s immune system is directed against the central nervous system (CNS), which is made up of the brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves. Within the CNS, the immune system attacks myelin – the fatty substance that surrounds and insulates the nerve fibers – as well as the nerve fibers themselves. The damaged myelin forms scar tissue (sclerosis), which gives the disease its name. When any part of the myelin sheath or nerve fiber is damaged or destroyed, nerve impulses traveling to and from the brain and spinal cord are distorted or interrupted, producing a wide variety of symptoms. The disease is thought to be triggered in a genetically susceptible individual by a combination of one or more environmental factors.
Root Causes of Multiple Sclerosis
Functional medicine, by contrast, evaluates the root causes of chronic illness such as MS. A variety of imbalances have been implicated as triggers for multiple sclerosis. These include exposure to the Epsilon toxin produced by the bacteria Clostridum perfringens, accumulation of metals such as copper, cadmium, lead, and iron, and gradual depletion of magnesium, selenium, vitamins B2, B6, D, and essential fatty acids. Alterations in the gut microbiome have emerged more recently as an important factor. Abnormal levels of estrogen and testosterone, infection with the Epstein barr virus and Chlamydia pneuminiae all are potential contributors to the risk of multiple sclerosis. Because functional medicine is personalized medicine understanding why it is the individual patient developed multiple sclerosis begins with an examination of the Functional Medicine Timeline, The Functional Medicine Matrix, and the Therapeutic Lifestyle Factors (Sleep & Relaxation, Movement & Exercise, Nutrition, Stress, and Relationships). Functional Medicine Matrix, based on a scientific framework known as “systems biology,” allows the practitioner to evaluate imbalances at the cellular level. This helps sort out why the disease has occurred in the first place. By understanding each of these imbalances the person with MS is empowered to make changes to correct them. Each part of the Matrix is called a “node,” and there are 7 nodes on the Functional Medicine Matrix. You can read about them here: Assimilation, Defense & Repair, Energy, Biotransformation & Elimination, Structural Integrity, Transport, and Communication.