DISEASES

INFECTIOUS DISEASES

Influenza, Tuberculosis, HIV, Chagas Disease, Lyme Disease, Hepatitis C, Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), Dengue Fever.

AGIND AND AGE-RELATED DISEASES

As we age, basic cell physiology deteriorates, increasing the risk of morbidity and mortality.

SPORTS INJURIES

Injuries can be devastating to the elite and recreational athlete. There are common injuries that plague athletes.

PAIN

Pain, at some point in a person’s lifetime, becomes a medical burden. Pain can greatly affect quality of life, and thereby necessitates robust and immediate care.

NON-HEALING WOUNDS

Many conditions promote the onset of wound development, and these conditions may limit their proper management

AUTO-IMMUNE DISEASES

Auto-immune diseases can ravage our bodies with pain and limited use of joints and extremities. It is a growing medical burden and treatment options are limited.