IMMUNOe Neuro-Immune Division
A chronically activated immune system is stimulated by any number of ‘triggers’ leading to
inflammation. Studies indicate that a cascade of events, initiated by various stimulants, i.e.,
environmental, food, stress or infection, may trigger an immune inflammatory cascade. This
cascade may lead to a neuro-immune inflammation that presents clinically as one or more of the
Based on the accumulated evidence, we believe that:
a) atopy may contribute to the pathogenesis of these disorders;
b) nerve growth factor (NGF) may play a role in the pathogenesis of neuro-
c) neurological triggers, such as anxiety, stress or environmental factors,
including food, may represent a subset of the triggers that lead to the development of neuro-inflammatory disorders, such as ADHD and other neurological diseases that the immune system plays a role such as Multiple Sclerosis, Alzheimer’s, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, and neuropathies.
The focus of our neuroimmune center is to study, treat and research all the spectrum of neuroimmune inflammatory diseases. The Neuroimmune Division at IMMUNOe was created to better understand the interaction of the immune and nervous systems and to apply this understanding to the development of new therapies.
We treat an array of neurological conditions including:
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Alzheimer’s Disease
- Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
- Attention Deficit Disorder
Many of the treatments we are exploring are still in clinical trials and are not commercially available. Please learn more by visiting our clinical research page.
As an update, we wanted to share that the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) will be airing a segment nationally on April 13, 2016 at 9 p.m on an episode it developed about Alzheimer’s disease. It will specifically address employees from Biogen, one of our Clinical Research Sponsors, that developed Aducanumab, a drug that we’re helping test for in our Clinical Research Centers. Learn more about participation in this Clinical Research study by calling 303.771.9000.
Dedicated Clinical Staff
Our clinical staff will work closely with each
patient to tailor an individualized and
comprehensive wellness program that may
reduce the risk of developing a neurologic
disease. In addition, our dedicated clinical
staff will follow you throughout the course
of your care plan.
At IMMUNOe, we believe that the best
approaches to health care are safe, based
on the best available evidence, affordable,
and preventive. To learn more about our
neuroimmune preventative program, and to
schedule a wellness consultation please
call IMMUNOe and schedule your appointment.
For those living outside of Colorado, we are
happy to provide consultations by phone.
Our clinical research department and clinical staff are dedicated to providing a state-of-the-art
program designed for the prevention of
neurological diseases. We invite you to
participate in any of our research trials
related to prevention.