FAQ on Micro-Immunotherapy
- Why does my doctor prescribe Micro-Immunotherapy?
- What are the main applications of this therapy?
- What are the Micro-Immunotherapy results?
- What is the purpose of Lymphocyte Typing, Serology and Protein Profile?
- What diseases can be treated with Micro-Immunotherapy without preliminary immune assessment?
- I am looking for a doctor who practices MI near me, who should I contact?
He prescribes it for several reasons. The first is to improve a person’s general condition. Micro-Immunotherapy helps the body regain its fighting ability. The second reason is to help the body withstand conventional treatment (eg chemotherapy) - Micro-Immunotherapy treatment is not a replacement therapy but a complementary treatment! Finally, Micro-Immunotherapy formulas are very specific and carry out their action on target cells of the illness.
The general principle of Micro-Immunotherapy is to help the immune system. This therapy allows our defense systems to get back on track. A Micro-Immunotherapy treatment is prescribed whenever there is suspicion of an immune system disorder, which is the case for most diseases. The therapy has two fields of applications: in case of acute and chronic diseases. In short, the applications of Micro-Immunotherapy are very broad.
The goal of Micro-Immunotherapy is to turn the immune system back on the "right track". The treatment restores the defense system of the body in order to give it back all its fighting potential.
In more complex cases such as chronic infections, autoimmune diseases, chronic inflammations, etc.., it is necessary for the physician to know the state of the patient's immune system in order to apply Micro-Immunotherapy correctly. This is the purpose of laboratory tests such as lymphocyte typing, serology and protein profiles. The lymphocyte typing can show in a non-specific way, the status of the patient's immune system situation, at a given time, according to a given clinical condition. It provides effective help in the diagnosis monitoring and evolution of treatment.
Serology allows the doctor to see infectious biological criteria and determine the triggering or aggravating factors of a disease. The protein profile is used to evaluate the inflammatory condition of the patient, and decide the approach to humoral immunity and nutritional status at a given time, and for a given disease.
Some diseases can be treated by Micro-Immunotherapy without first-line immune balance (subject to diagnosis).
for instance, the pathologies related to:
- Acute infectious diseases,
- Chlamydia trachomatis,
- Repeated winter infectious episodes in adult or child
- Acute inflammatory diseases
Other conditions such as chronic infections, hepatitis B, C, B + D, autoimmune diseases, chronic inflammation, chronic disorders (related to EBV, CMV, TOXO), chronic fatigue syndrome, etc., require prior immune assessment.
To find a doctor who practices Micro-Immunotherapy near you, contact the 3IDI institute that trains the doctors who practice MI. They are the most qualified to help you. Contact information for your country at: www.3idi.org