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Dr. Bligh is truly one of the best. With all of the risk and uncertainty happening right now there is no medical practice I would trust more with my families care. They are extremely attentive and always listen to what we have to say and address all questions and concerns. Dr Bligh is knowledge competent and above all compassionate.
Dr. Bligh is extremely thorough and knows exactly what is needed when it comes to keeping you happy and healthy. He’s helped me feel my best and keeps my health in check. I can’t imagine seeing anyone else. His office staff is always friendly and helpful.
I had a NAD procedure for my neuropathy in my right hand (as recommended by a friend) and I have my hand back! Then my doctor retired and I ended up in ER without a doctor. So, I started the concierge program and I feel so happy. It is like going from baggage hold to FIRST CLASS. So thorough and he found solutions to problems that I had never had addressed. Dr. B's staff is incredible, responsive, and kind. I'm SO VERY happy! Simply awesome!
I’ve been a patient of Dr Bligh’s since 2003 he is very thorough and Knowledgeable and he stays current in the Medical field going to seminars in Europe and all across America Learning New Treatments and Technology. He is also the most down-to-earth Honest Doctor I’ve ever been to. I highly recommend him for anyone
Good morning - great news, I am completely off all meds!!!!!!! I had my blood panel on Friday, a couple panels went up slightly but are still way within the specified range. Others also increased significantly but that is a great thing and the rest stayed the same. I was sooooo happy to see these results. I have some soreness in the morning or if I sit too long but as soon as I get up and move around for a couple mins, it goes away. I still have weakness but now that I am feeling so much better I am going to discuss, with my rheumatologist, in a couple weeks what exercise routing might work best for me. Oh, and my skin issue is virtually GONE!!!!!!
I know I've said this a hundred times and I will continue saying it..............THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!!!
I also continue to tell everyone about my procedure and speak your name.
As a child I experienced eczema, especially during cold weather. I remember it starting as young as 5 or 6. It was mostly on my elbows and knees with some itching on my scalp. My mom used vaseline and moisturizer but it did not help much. Actually, I found dry skin just something I sort of lived with. About 15 years ago it got really bad. I had 2 winters of really nasty psoriasis. It was treated by a dermatologist with light treatment. I had to stand almost naked in a dark booth under some sort of light 5 days a week starting with about 20 seconds the first day, then working up to about 15 minutes over a period of 6 weeks until it cleared. My skin was still itchy but the large patches of red rashes all over my body that were sore and itched all the time finally cleared. I have also been diagnosed with Sjogren's Syndrome which is an autoimmune problem.
I was cleared until this year when I noticed some patches of red itchy skin on my knee and back. After a few days it started on my upper arms. I went back to the dermatologist who took a biopsy and diagnosed lupus-related psoriasis. She said there were several treatments I could try - most were injections given once a week or once a month for as long as it takes to clear. The medicine was very expensive.
I came to Dr. Bligh for his opinion and after consulting with him and his nurse, I decided to try Stem Cell Therapy. After about 10 days or so, the itching on my back and knees were relieved and after about a month, the worst part of the psoriasis was cleared completely. It has been about 2 months and I am still clear except for some dry mouth and times when my voice is raspy.
I will see the doctor again in June and hopefully it will stay clear. I have been very happy with the results.
Upon receiving my stem cell therapy I feel a bit like myself again. My energy level feels sustainable. I feel more even and don’t seem to have as many “bad days” as I have termed them. Oddly enough I feel like my brain fog is better as well. Since being diagnosed with MS, I of course fear what the future may hold. However, it is my belief that with this therapy along with a consistent clean diet and exercise, my prognosis is good. I also think my spouts of depression have decreased. The true sign of healing will be determined with my next MRI. But if no new lesions are seen then it is my belief the combination of therapies and lifestyle are the key to avoiding a relapse!
Thanks Dr. Bligh and staff