Dr. Shiva Gopal Offers Neurological Treatment to Brain Disorders

According to emerging trial results, there is evidence that a high dose of immunosuppressive therapy may induce sustained diminution of relapsing, hence, the remittance of multiple strains of sclerosis. This is an autoimmune disease caused when the immune system releases an attack against a human’s central nervous system. The long term effect is brain disorientation.

MS Treatment

Five years into receiving the high dose of the immunosuppressive treatment therapy and autologous hematopoietic transplant of cells, a large percentage of the population, which adds up to 69%, managed to survive without the progressive experience of disability. According to the studies, the patients also did not experience relapsing symptoms of MS or re-emerging brain lesions. Most importantly, the patients did not take MS medications following the HDIT and HCT treatment. According to other studies, the available MS drugs are less effective.

Symptoms

MS symptoms vary from a motor, speech difficulties, fatigue, weakness and chronic pain. The primary common type of MS symptom is relapsing and remitting MS. It is usually characterized by differentiated periods of mild to no symptoms with flares of replaces. Over the past years, MS has worsened. According to trials and studies, it can become progressive.

Dr. Shiva Gopal’s Profile

Shiva Gopal is a neurologist by profession. He practices in Voorhees. He went to Government Medical College and graduated in the year 1979. His experience dates back forty years. He was a resident doctor at Boston City Hospital. Dr. Shiva Gopal also majors in psychiatry. Currently, he practices neurologist at Eastern Neurodiagnostic Associates. This is an affiliation of Kennedy Health of Systems Cherry Campus. He offers his services at insurance coverage including Aetna and Horizon Blue Cross. Dr. Shiva Gopal is a certified neurologist. Apart from being an English speaker, he speaks Spanish. Dr. Shiva Gopal is one of the thirty-four neurologists from Kennedy University Hospital. He is dedicated to offering neurological treatments by providing solutions to brain disorders.

 

The Mutual Profitability Of Renown Health Group And The Communities They Serve

According to the publication Northern Nevada Business Weekly (NNBW), Renown Health has gone upscale with the uniquely designed 10,000-square-foot family practice medical facility at The Summit located in the Truckee Meadows area of south Reno, Nevada. Patients have availed an eleven member staff of healthcare professionals providing primary care services and its’ onsite laboratory. Eric Fong of MBA Architects + Interior Design created an atmosphere reflective of the welcoming comforts of home for patients who visit this Renown Health location. Dr. McCormack, the Medical Director for Renown Health Group stated, “When patients come in, we wanted it to look and feel like their very own living rooms.”

Dr. McCormack stated, “Renown Health is keenly aware that the growth in population, improvements in the economy and greater access to health insurance creates a need for an increased number of healthcare facilities, particularly in the South Meadows area. Consideration for future expansion of facilities, services offered, and functionality has been discussed, but due to industry uncertainties related to the potential impact of the proposed repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act by the Trump administration, plans for such changes are on hold for now.”

Renown Health is the only locally governed, not-for-profit healthcare network in Reno, Nevada. It currently has 12 primary care facilities throughout Reno-Sparks, Carson City, Fallon, Fernley, and the Caughlin Ranch area. It is comprised of an entire network of Reno hospitals, urgent care centers, lab services, x-ray and imaging services, primary care doctors and dozens of medical specialties. All profit earnings of Renown Health are re-invested into meeting the needs of patients and the local communities they serve. They contribute to more than 80 local non-profit organizations annually.

Renown Health Group doesn’t just give back to the community but includes the local citizenry as an integral part of their decision-making bodies. Currently, over 140 community members actively participate on boards or advisory committees throughout their 17-county service region to deliver quality care.

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Dr. Jennifer Walden Loves Her Children More Than Anything

Dr. Jennifer Walden has twin boys who she loves more than anything. She has long been passionate about her career, but when her kids came along she knew that she needed to put them before it. So, when she felt the need to move to Texas, so that her boys could grow up closer to family, she did that. She moved her practice to Austin and made a go of it there. And, despite the fact that she may have been concerned about how things would go there, she has been able to do quite well for herself in Austin. Her practice is the only one of its kind there, and she has been able to do a great service in the city. She can feel great about that, and she can feel great about herself as a mother and how she put her kids first.
Every parent who has a career should always remember that their children should come first. No matter how successful they are, or they are hoping to be, every parent should keep in mind the needs of their children. Dr. Jennifer Walden did that, and despite the move that she made with her practice she has still been able to see a ton of success in it. She does not have to regret the move that she made in any way, because not only was it good for her children, but it was also ended up being a good step for her to take in her career, as well.
Dr. Jennifer Walden loves her twins more than she loves her career, even though she has a great passion for being a cosmetic surgeon. And that is the way that it should be. It is apparent by her Twitter feed that she still has a passion for all that she is doing in her career, but she has chosen to always put her boys first.