If you or your loved one have been told by every doctor that there is nothing more they can do for your chronic illness, we can!
Meaning of Chronic:
It is important to understand the difference between the terms acute and chronic. Acute, in medicine and the psychological world, means that something has happened immediately. In the dictionary, it means a present experience of a severe or intense degree. Chronic, on the other hand, means an ongoing issue that has not been resolved. In the dictionary, it means persisting for a long time or constantly recurring.
In acute illness, the psychological component is anxiety, while in chronic illness, it is depression. So along with your chronic illness, you may also be experiencing symptoms of depression, fatigue and sleep problems.
Types of Chronic Illness We Can Help:
Dr. Diane is a board certified health psychologist and neuropsychologist who, along with her integrative team, has helped people with the following chronic illnesses to regain their life again:
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Primary Lateral Sclerosis (PLS)
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), also called Lou Gehrig’s Disease
Dr. Diane® and her team of Brain Health Experts understand that you are suffering and have lost your ability to function and live a normal life. Her treatments for Chronic Illness are unique, because they focus on you as a unique person. Based on our 5 Prong Approach, a customized program is developed.
Our integrative team of Brain Health Experts provides you with help for a Chronic Illness and can work with your current providers to help you regain your life again. Depending where you live in the world, the Brain Health Experts can provide virtual treatment too. If this is not possible, Dr. Diane and/or the Brain Health team experts will find someone in your locale to help you.
If you want an end to your suffering from Chronic Illness Condition and a customized approach designed for you, consult Dr. Diane®. There is a Way!
To schedule an appointment for an in-person, phone or Skype consult with Dr. Diane, please call (800)500-9971 or submit a contact form.