What makes us different?
We are the bridge between pure science and the practice of medicine.
We are a functional medicine clinic, focusing on neurodegenerative diseases and the immune system's role in those diseases.
We are the ones that look at the outcome of toxification and genetic toxicity.
Our mission is to incorporate new technologies that have been clinically proven to work in people with neurodegenerative disorders and combine them in the best way to obtain a synergistic effect.
Treatments are individualized using our exclusive system of
classification of patients, which connects the onset and progression of their symptoms with their specific exposures, to determine the most appropriate combination of treatments for each patient.
Amy Jaramillo (Founder)
Amy talks about health, hormones and symptoms
What is Medical Biochemistry/Cellular Medicine?
Our specialty is cell repair for all types of neurodegenerative disorders with a special focus on ALS. We are the bridge between pure science and medical practice, which means that we use the most promising therapies and bundle them in a unique combination for each person.
Neurodegenerative disorders are the result of damage that occurs at a cellular level. Our approach aims to restore cellular efficiency, repair oxidative stress, and enhance neuroprotection. We study cell structures in depth. We understand the urgency of finding solutions and offering treatments that work.
Medical Biochemistry, also known as Cellular Medicine, is a branch of medicine that focuses on the molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying diseases and the development of new therapies to treat these conditions. It integrates the principles of biochemistry, molecular biology, and genetics to better understand the underlying biological processes that lead to disease, and to develop new and more effective treatments.
Medical biochemists study the structure and function of cellular components such as proteins, lipids, and carbohydrates, and how they interact with each other to regulate cell growth and function. They also examine the genetic mutations that contribute to disease and the mechanisms by which these mutations cause cellular dysfunction.
Medical Biochemistry/Cellular Medicine plays a crucial role in advancing our understanding of the underlying causes of disease, and in the development of new and innovative treatments. By incorporating cutting-edge research from biochemistry, genetics, and molecular biology, this field holds great promise for improving patient outcomes and advancing the practice of medicine.
Top 3 Reasons Our Programs Work:
#1 Clinical Expertise
Our team has extensive experience in the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases.
Amy Jaramillo, Scientific Director has spent more than 20 years in the field of neurology, neurogenetics, and neurodegenerative diseases. She has instructed in more than a thousand cases of neurosurgery in people suffering from neurodegenerative diseases.
Alex Ferro, MD., Medical Director has extensive surgical experience, has performed complex surgeries for over 20 years, and can perform injections is highly vital but difficult-to-access areas, allowing for unmatched clinical results.
#2 Purity of Medications
Composition pharmacies are the mainstay of many treatments. Most facilities do not require their compounding pharmacies to have a sterility permit or to conduct drug purity tests. More than 90% of compounding pharmacies nationwide do not test their medications for potency. This results in illness, for this reason, we insist that the medications we use have the maximum potency. We only partner with pharmacies certified for sterility and require purity levels of 99% or higher. When it comes to our Mito-E programs, we do not rely on composition and instead use the only FDA approved product ensuring that heavy metal toxins commonly found in the compound version in pharmacies have been removed.
#3 Strategic Approach
We are a team of medical scientists. We employ a methodical and comprehensive approach to work through cellular autophagy and senescence. Two critical components of our program are the evaluation of the role of the immune system in neurodegenerative syndromes and the restoration of areas that trigger ongoing inflammation, such as intestinal health. We strive to understand other body systems and work to improve overall health, such as hormonal and metabolic optimization, particularly glucose and energy metabolism. Being at the forefront of neurodegenerative diseases, we are up to date with the latest clinical trials and well informed on the newest and most advanced therapies. Our clinical staff are experts in the mechanism of action of medications and what combination therapies work best for specific conditions.