ALS Program Common Questions
How do I register for the program?
To enroll in the program, please visit our registration page and follow the provided steps. You can also access it by clicking here, both for ALS and Functional programs.
Why is a videoconference health discovery session necessary? (Disclaimer: Click Here)
The Health Discovery Session is an enlightening conversation led by our Scientific Director for individuals seeking guidance on their health and well-being. Its aim is to gather vital information regarding the individual's health background, current condition, and any health-related concerns or objectives they may have in mind.
Throughout this session, our Scientific Director may explore the individual's lifestyle, dietary habits, exercise routines, medical history, and any symptoms or health issues they may currently be dealing with. This information equips us with a comprehensive understanding of their distinct health circumstances, which is pivotal for devising a customized plan to assist them in achieving their health goals.
It's worth emphasizing that the videoconference is not designed for procedural training or devising remote treatment plans. Instead, its primary role is to function as a health discovery session, ensuring the safety and efficacy of the treatment. Consequently, we kindly request that you have your medical history and list of medications readily accessible for the session.
The videoconference is available for patients and their family members and is conducted exclusively in English. If needed, please arrange for a translator during your visit to our clinic. While our on-site staff can communicate in both English and Spanish, all health discovery session instructions are provided in English.
The cost of the videoconference is $350, and the $350.00 consultation fee applies to sessions with patients and their families, lasting for one hour. A $1,200.00 health discovery charge is incurred when a practitioner, clinician, or doctor joins the call to address questions, concerns, or provide guidance on the next steps.
What are the treatment costs?
The cost of treatment varies depending on the specific type of treatment you receive, the standard treatment plan is:
Mito E Plus Program: $7,500 - $8,500 per week, this includes all the medications needed during the week.
Please note that this price does not include any specialized tests (such as Tickborne or Heavy Metal Testing) or additional therapies (such as SOT or Pellets).
Is accommodation provided at the clinic?
No, our clinic operates on an outpatient basis. Patients come in the mornings for their treatments and can leave once their scheduled treatments are finished, usually in the early afternoon.
Who is not eligible for this program?
Our therapy encompasses both intravenous (IV) and localized injections. It's important to note that individuals with a history of coagulation issues, those currently using blood thinners, and individuals with uncontrolled or elevated blood pressure may not be appropriate candidates for this therapy. We kindly ask that you include this information in your intake form and discuss it during your health discovery session.
What are the weekly program options?
Our Mito-E programs combine targeted therapies designed to enhance Mitochondrial Efficiency (Mito-E). This approach addresses underlying factors such as viruses, mold, heavy metals, and chemicals while simultaneously focusing on muscle restoration with MyoRepair.
How long should I plan to stay for treatment?
To optimize the treatment's efficacy, we conduct a personalized assessment of each individual's ALS condition. This assessment takes into account factors such as the type and progression of ALS, its onset, and its rate of advancement. The duration of your initial treatment plays a pivotal role in shaping your subsequent treatment plan.
The length of your first treatment session has a direct impact on the course of action that follows. In essence, the longer you stay during your initial visit and the more we can accomplish in terms of muscle and cellular repair, the better prepared you will be to resist the progression of ALS over time.
Is this a one-time treatment?
Our approach centers around cellular repair and muscle building, harnessing a range of advanced technologies. Typically, patients revisit every 4 to 6 months. Nevertheless, the frequency of your return visits is contingent upon the specifics of your ALS condition and its rate of progression.
How soon can I expect to see results?
Our program is not a rapid solution; it necessitates dedication and patience for muscles to strengthen and neurons to reestablish connections. Our primary aim is to put a halt to the progression, shifting from a negative progression state to a neutral one. Once this milestone is achieved, our emphasis shifts to advancing your condition, improving mobility, function, and your overall quality of life.
Is previous medical information relevant?
Certainly. Prior to your initial consultation, we kindly ask that you fill out an intake form and submit any relevant medical records you may have. In alignment with our holistic approach to tackling the underlying factors contributing to your ALS-related health concerns, we advise specific laboratory tests before commencing our program.
Do you accept insurance?
Regrettably, our program is not covered by insurance. We strongly recommend making use of your insurance coverage for as many laboratory tests as possible.
All treatment fees must be settled in their entirety at the time when medication is ordered, which is typically upon confirming your start date. If your treatment start date is more than two weeks away, a $1,000 deposit is necessary to secure your spot. The remaining balance is due on the first Monday of your treatment. We accept payments in cash, major credit cards, and wire transfers. Please be aware that this program does not offer refunds.
What should I bring?
For your visit, please bring hard copies of all medical records, even if you have previously emailed or faxed them. Additionally, prepare a list of all medications and supplements you currently take, including their dosages. Include details about any medical treatments you've received in the past three years and information on any trials you've participated in.
What should I wear?
We ask that you wear shorts (athletic – the shorter the better) and a button-down shirt for men or sports bra for women. If you use a cane or walker, make sure to bring them.
Video Conference Disclaimer
Please be aware that all information shared during our consultations is intended exclusively for general educational and informational purposes. It is vital to understand that this information should not be considered medical advice, nor is it intended to serve as such.
Please note that the information we provide is not exhaustive, and it does not encompass all medical conditions, disorders, health-related issues, or their respective treatments. We strongly recommend that you always consult with a qualified healthcare provider, such as your physician, to evaluate the suitability of this information for your specific circumstances. If you have inquiries about a medical condition or a treatment plan, it is essential to seek guidance from a healthcare professional.
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