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Low Dose Immunotherapy for MS

Dr. Ty Vincent of Mat-su Integrative Medicine in Wasilla, Alaska has successfully treated patients with allergies for years with Low Dose Immunotherapy. 

 

A scientist to the core, Dr. Vincent’s methods of care are much higher than the accepted ‘standard of care’. He has devoted years to studying nutrition and other methods of natural healing, always with a “firm grounding in science and scrutiny of the available literature.”

 

Dr. Vincent is dedicated to finding the underlying cause of a person’s illness and correcting it in the most natural, harmless and cost-effective way possible.  

 

Dr. Vincent treats his patients with Low Dose Immunotherapy http://www.food-allergy.org/epd.html 

, a method of treating food and environmental allergies. Basically teaching our body that the allergen is it’s friend.  Low dose immunotherapy injections are usually taken at 7 week intervals. 

 

Dr. Vincent has been successfully helped patients with allergies for years with LDI.  A while ago, Dr. Vincent got a hold of some Myelin Basic Protien (MBP) and created an LDI injection to treat multiple sclerosis.

 

It took a while to find the correct dosage for me and now I’ve received 3 injections with the correct dose. I haven’t had any MS symptoms since. No one knows if it is a coincidence. All I know is that it’s a possibility that my body is learning that myelin, the protective coating of the nerves is not a danger. Dr. Vincent is working with the FDA beginning the approval process. He has many MS and Lyme patients who are receiving relief with his LDI injections.

 

You might be eligible to give the LDI injections a try, he mails them all over the country. If you are interested in finding out, you can call Dr. Vincent, take a look at his contact information by clicking here. When you talk to him, make sure he knows you got the information from me, he’ll get a kick out of it! 

 

MS is very unpredictable and I have no idea if the LDI is aiding in my improved strength. All I know is I’ll continue with the stem cell treatment every 6 months and the LDI injections every 7 weeks. 

 

I will go back to recording a walking update more regularly. I love this online journaling! 

 

 

 

 

Low Dose Immunotherapy for MS

 

Dr. Ty Vincent of Mat-su Integrative Medicine in Wasilla, Alaska has successfully treated patients with allergies for years with Low Dose Immunotherapy. 

 

A scientist to the core, Dr. Vincent’s methods of care are much higher than the accepted ‘standard of care’. He has devoted years to studying nutrition and other methods of natural healing, always with a “firm grounding in science and scrutiny of the available literature.”

 

Dr. Vincent is dedicated to finding the underlying cause of a person’s illness and correcting it in the most natural, harmless and cost-effective way possible.  

 

Dr. Vincent treats his patients with Low Dose Immunotherapy http://www.food-allergy.org/epd.html 

, a method of treating food and environmental allergies. Basically teaching our body that the allergen is it’s friend.  Low dose immunotherapy injections are usually taken at 7 week intervals. 

 

Dr. Vincent has been successfully helped patients with allergies for years with LDI.  A while ago, Dr. Vincent got a hold of some Myelin Basic Protien (MBP) and created an LDI injection to treat multiple sclerosis.

 

It took a while to find the correct dosage for me and now I’ve received 3 injections with the correct dose. I haven’t had any MS symptoms since. No one knows if it is a coincidence. All I know is that it’s a possibility that my body is learning that myelin, the protective coating of the nerves is not a danger. Dr. Vincent is working with the FDA beginning the approval process. He has many MS and Lyme patients who are receiving relief with his LDI injections.

 

You might be eligible to give the LDI injections a try, he mails them all over the country. If you are interested in finding out, you can call Dr. Vincent, take a look at his contact information by clicking here. When you talk to him, make sure he knows you got the information from me, he’ll get a kick out of it! 

 

MS is very unpredictable and I have no idea if the LDI is aiding in my improved strength. All I know is I’ll continue with the stem cell treatment every 6 months and the LDI injections every 7 weeks. 

 

I will go back to recording a walking update more regularly. I love this online journaling!