Intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIG) is an effective, but costly, treatment for PANDAS. Is it right for your child? What can you expect? Does insurance cover it?
PANS/PANDAS can be treated! See how Dr. Scott has taken up the case with Indiana state lawmakers to get these treatments covered by insurance providers.
While some scientists have often gone against the grain, it’s often where the medical breakthroughs happen — as evidenced by these 10 examples.
There are many PANDAS treatment protocols that may be moderately to highly effective. We break them down by research, cost, insurance coverage, and more.
Symptoms of PANDAS or PANS come on very fast — here’s how to identify them and options for treatment. Step 1: Your doctor will rule out other conditions like autism.
What are PANS/PANDAS? How can you spot the signs? We cover the basics about this rare condition, symptoms & effective treatments.
In this podcast, learn how we identify PANS & PANDAS and treat environmental toxicities, chronic infections, and other complex medical conditions!
Here is a list of our top reads this past year! We hope you enjoy.
We often see how PANS/PANDAS traumatize other family members. A central theme that almost always shows up is GUILT. Please remember, it’s not your fault!
If your child has PANDAS/PANS, his or her immune system is attacking their brain. It often leads to your child developing tics or an aversion to food. We call this a “brain on fire.”