What are we trying to accomplish with SOT?
What we’re trying to do with SOT is to stop the replication of the specific virus or bacteria we are targeting for treatment. If the target can no longer reproduce in the body, then ongoing life cycles of the virus or bacteria are eliminated.
When you visit us at Nashville Regenerative Orthopedics you will receive a full consultation and evaluation so that your tailored treatment plan can be established.
To further summarize how SOT works:
SOT therapy contains small oligonucleotides which “match” the specific sequence of individual genes of the Lyme bacteria species, co-infection bacteria, or virus that we are targeting to kill. SOT functions as a “molecular hit-man” in that it is constantly searching out and targeting the Lyme species or virus.
The Lyme bacteria and viruses constantly send out signals to replicate themselves. The SOT molecules block that message and cause the bacteria or virus cells to self-destruct, therefore it causes cell death of the Lyme bacteria or virus that we are treating. It works 24/7 and does not decrease in efficacy during the (up to) 6 months that it works. So, we can “turn off” the replication cycle of Lyme disease, Lyme co-infections, and viruses.
Because we do not want an over-accumulation of these SOT molecules to occur, we only use 3 doses (in an IV infusion) per a 12-month period, or every 4 months.
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How effective is SOT?
SOT therapy has been shown to be effective for many species of viral and Lyme disease. This methodology has been used in Europe for more than 10 years now. Thousands have had their lives changed for the better with this therapy.
Some examples of the more common viral infections are:
HSV1, HSV2, VZV, EBV (Epstein Barr), HPV (16 & 18), HBV, HCV, HIV, Coxsackie (Type A & B).
Common Lyme bacteria and co-infection bacteria are:
Borrelia burgdorferi, Borrelia garinii, Borellia bissettiae, Borrelia bavariensis, Candidatus Borrelia tachyglossi, Borrelia valaisiana, Borrelia afzelii, Borrelia finlandensis, Babesia microti, Babesia bigemina, and Babesia duncani.
Is SOT genetic therapy?
SOT is NOT a genetic therapy. It is not immunotherapy. It does not use drugs. The RGCC lab that we use to make the SOT uses the analysis of each individual’s blood sample to generate the individualized SOT.
How is it administered?
It is done intravenously, and an appointment takes about 90 minutes.