Tuesday, September 26, 2023
Mitochondrial Health

The Role of Peptide Therapy In Complex Chronic Illness – Drs. Gordon & Parpia

Peptides are tiny proteins made up of short chains of amino acids. They signal the cells in your body to perform in specific ways. While they may be extremely small, they’re really a BIG deal because they are responsible for all of the ways that your body and mind function.

Different peptides affecting different cells and functions can be highly tailored and targeted to treat a wide variety of conditions.

Peptides work synergistically and can be used with many other therapies to increase the effectiveness of antibiotics, antiviral and antiparasitic medications, IV nutrient therapies, hormone therapies, detoxification therapies, herbal remedies, and even other peptides.

Since it is such a new form of therapy, there are a lot of questions our community has, from uses to sourcing to understanding what exactly a peptide even is.

This recording of our live webinar addresses many questions we regularly receive on peptides. We hope it helps you have a better understanding of what they are and the many systems of the body that can be precisely targeted to aid healing.

During the webinar, we covered:

✦What are peptides?
✦What are the functions of peptides?
✦What is peptide therapy?
✦Sourcing of peptides
✦Peptides we use most often in our practice for Complex Chronic Illness – peptides for: immune modulation, brain function, hormonal support, sleep support and libido
✦Plus Q&A

At our clinic, Gordon Medical, we are seeing improvements using peptide therapies in a multitude of areas, including:

• Immune dysregulation
• Autoimmunity
• Neurotoxicity
• Chronic inflammation
• Neurological impairment
• GI issues such as leaky gut
• Musculoskeletal pain
• Sleep disorders
• Pituitary and hypothalamic dysfunction
• Hormone deficiencies
• Mitochondrial dysfunction
• Coagulation Defects
• Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS)

Peptides are such a fascinating and timely topic and we are excited to share this conversation with you.

Now there are some patients, though they’re few and far between, who can’t tolerate the peptides. You might be one of them. They need to be done very, very carefully. And at low doses. We don’t recommend just grabbing the peptides and starting them, just like with any medication or any supplement. It’s got to be under the watch of somebody who’s experienced in using them.
Transcript: https://gordonmedical.com/peptide-therapy-in-chronic-illness/
If you are interested in learning about what treatment at Gordon Medical could do for your health, schedule a complimentary discovery call here: https://gordonmedical.com/discovery-call/
** This information is not to be taken as medical advice. Always consult your practitioner before making any changes to your treatment.


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4 thoughts on “The Role of Peptide Therapy In Complex Chronic Illness – Drs. Gordon & Parpia
  1. Have you had any success with nerve regeneration? I have developed drop foot after receiving the covid vaccine. I've been told it can't be helped, but I thought our bodies can regenerate?!

  2. This is an excellent overview and explanation of peptides. I have CIRS/Lyme/MCAS and things got even worse after covid. I’m working with a functional doctor but also continue to do my own research because getting better, especially with MCAS symptoms, is proving to be a real struggle. I’ve been experimenting on my own with peptides and found BPC-157 and KPV beneficial. But this interview really helped me to understand that the order of use is really important. Thank you so much more making this information available for free. I will share it with my doctor as well so she can be more informed about the use of peptides in treating complex chronic illness.

  3. Thank goodness for doctors like you because the regular western medical doctor would never detect what you both can. It sounds like a very in depth testing, treatments, products etc. to find out exactly what is wrong with a person in general. Can you give an approx.. cost of what one person would be responsible for to get seen by you? I know it's probably based on diagnosis. I'm just an average 65 year old but always been very athletic. I would be interested in testing for parasites especially. I have recently had all my heavy metal testing done as well as my glyphosate level which is .87 In general I'm very healthy.

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