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We will be offering the TruDOSE™ treatment onsite at MAPs. Please call 945.276.9151 to schedule an appointment.

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Whether the condition is autism, dyslexia, seizures, cerebral palsy, mental disorders, or any other neurologically injured brain condition, they are all characterized within the medical literature as having visible disruption to the blood vessel and neuron architecture of the brain. When these blood vessels and neurons become injured, your body adjusts by sprouting ones from the injured ones. In a sense, your body created a rewiring hack. However, these rewiring hacks are not the original connections and therefore you have neurological spectrum disorders of all kinds.

Your platelets carry all kinds of growth factors for healing. Surprisingly, they are the only thing in the body that carries the two growth factors specifically needed for new blood vessel formation (VEGF) and new neuron growth (BDNF). When you infuse a dose specific, high concentration of your platelets back into the blood stream, your platelets not only restart your body’s repair and immune system but have a system priority to fix neurological things first.

From 2 year old infants to 98 year old adults, the TruDOSE™ IV platelet therapy has treated thousands of neurological injured people and reversed conditions you thought were not possible to reverse. And we have the brain data to prove it! In addition, part of our long term data collection has been patient journals and interviews…thousands of them, especially the neurologically injured. Literally, the only way these patients can articulate or describe the healing effects of the  TruDOSE™ IV platelet therapy is doing to their body is by saying, “It feels like it's rewiring my brain.” And we’ve heard that a thousand times.

Intravenous Plasma Therapy In a

5 Year Old Cerebral Palsy Patient

Intravenous Plasma Therapy in

Adult Cerebral Palsy Patient

Intravenous Plasma Therapy in Two Family Members with Autism

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