The field of medicine is quite extensive, majorly because the human body is susceptible to wide range ailments. Moreover, the complexity of the human body is so enormous. One of the most important areas of the human body is the nervous system. This system helps to manage the normal body functionality. The system carries out coordination through the sending and receiving of necessary signals from various parts of the body.
Therefore, any malfunction in the nervous system can adversely affect the critical functions of the body. Under the field of neurology, there is DR. Gopal Vasishta, who has a very deep knowledge on matters of the neural function within the body. Apart from the know-how, he is also very experienced in neurology since he has specialized in this area for more than 38 years.
Dr. Gopal Vasishta, a certified Neurologist, has contributed impressively towards assisting individuals with neural problems at the Kennedy University Hospital which is located in Voorhees, New Jersey. Dr. Gopal Vasishta embarked on his postgraduate studies at Boston City Hospital and has pioneered research on various ailments that frequently end up affecting the neural system such as Multiple Sclerosis condition.
In most cases, patients who have been affected by this disease typically end up losing the ability to move around, due to the direct impact it has on the neural system. Multiple Sclerosis occurs, when the immune system which is meant to protect the body, ends up attacking the Nervous system resulting in the hardening and malfunctioning of various body sections.
Previous research undertaking into the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis, which was sponsored by the National Institute of Allergies, has resulted in uncovering a new mode of therapy. In this case, patients are given High Doses of Immunosuppressive Therapy. Additionally, transplanting the stem cells of the affected patients significantly helps to counter the effects of Multiple Sclerosis. Dr. Gopal Vasishta has high hopes with regards to the new method of treatment, since it offers patients with a second chance to live a normal life.