Taking Control of Your Disease or Syndrome


How can inflammation be controlled? This is a critical question since many diseases, especially autoimmune conditions, have inflammation as a trigger or as a direct consequence. Low dose naltrexone (LDN) has been used since 1984 to increase endorphins which regulate white blood cells called lymphocytes which produce toxic proteins and antibodies. LDN is also important in reducing neuro-inflammatory pain. There is a growing number of patients using LDN as an adjunct to treat many diseases. Published medical studies have shown a positive role in inflammatory bowel disease, MS, fibromyalgia, complex regional pain syndrome, and restless legs syndrome to name a few. Learn more at www.gidoctor.net, www.LDNscience.org, and www.LDNresearchtrust.org.

Call for consultation on LDN therapy with Trisha Myers and Leonard Weinstock at 314-400-9912.

Trisha Myers, PA-C
Trisha Myers, PA-C
  Lenny Weinstock, M.D., Gastroenterologist
Leonard Weinstock, M.D.