Jake Ames, MD, HMD
There is hope for you having a neurological disease. I have been successfully treating beginning and moderate Alzheimer’s disease patients since 1994. I also treat peripheral neuropathy, multiple sclerosis, ALS (Lou Gehrig disease), and Parkinson’s disease using natural therapies without drugs.
Most of my multiple sclerosis patients have Lyme disease. Lyme disease can be a very difficult disease to diagnose and treat. I also find mercury and gluten contributing to or causing multiple sclerosis.
I treated my fare share of farmers who some now have Parkinson’s disease. Some physicians believe that Parkinson’s disease is a liver disease where the liver does not have the optimal amount of enzymes to detoxify pesticides, herbicides, fungicides and other chemicals and heavy metals. This can be a genetic problem. At this point, I have not cured anyone of Parkinson’s disease, but now I am using stem cells, which may make a difference. I can usually slow the disease progression considerably. Some of my Parkinson’s disease patients have Lyme disease and mercury toxicity.
Jake Ames, MD, HMD Guanajuato, Mexico