Dr. Anju Mathur is an Epstein Barr specialist who utilizes the facets of holistic and integrative medicine to help patients overcome chronic and complex diseases like EBV.
Epstein-Barr can result in long-term physical defects because it causes toxicity in the body. As part of our “Back to Wellness Program,” Dr. Mathur will complete a thorough analysis of the patient’s internal bodily systems, which can help her determine latent imbalances, toxicity levels, hormonal deficiencies and excesses, and immune function.
Meet EBV Specialist, Dr. Anju Mathur
Dr. Anju Mathur is skilled in determining which tests can get to the root of a health concern and interpreting the information she has gathered about the patient’s condition. She also has expertise in customizing programs that are tailored to individual needs and imbalances.
Patients who are suffering from the Epstein Barr virus can greatly benefit from EBV specialist, Dr. Mathur’s, expertise and the specialized therapies offered in our all-inclusive healing programs. Overcoming the effects of this virus is possible with the help of Epstein-Barr specialist, Dr. Anju Mathur, and her “Back to Wellness Program.” To learn more, call her office today at (213) 674-3173.
What is Epstein-Barr?
Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) is a member of the herpes family and is also known as herpes virus 4. It is one of the most common viruses around the world. Nearly every human is exposed to EBV at some point in their lives, with children being infected most often.
Adults and teenagers usually get better in two to four weeks, but some can experience symptoms for months. While symptoms may become chronic, a functional medicine approach can prevent further consequences of the virus.
Once the symptoms have ceased, EBV becomes dormant and inactive in the body. However, it can reactivate at a later time. Once reactivated, the carrier can again pass the virus to others, no matter how much time has passed since the initial infection. It is estimated that 90% percent of adults have antibodies that show a current or past EBV infection.
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How is EBV spread?
EBV is spread through bodily fluids, like saliva, blood, and semen, but it is also transmitted via organ transplants.
The virus is known to cause other illnesses, such as infectious mononucleosis, also known as mono. It can be spread by kissing, sex, and sharing cups, utensils and toothbrushes with someone that has EBV.
Although the symptoms are closely related to other illnesses, a diagnosis of EBV can be made via blood tests that detect antibodies. Initial infections of EBV are often mild and closely parallel the symptoms of a common cold.
Some of the general symptoms of an EBV infection include:
- Low-grade fever
- Body aches
- Sore throat
- Swollen tonsils
- Runny or stuffy nose
- Nasal congestion
In teenagers or young adults that develop mononucleosis, symptoms of an infection often set in around four to six weeks after exposure to the virus, and some of these symptoms can be more severe. Earlier symptoms are similar to those of a cold or the flu, and as the illness progresses, they can increase in severity.
Some of the additional signs of an advanced infection may include:
- Inflamed or sore throat
- Swollen lymph nodes in the neck
- Enlarged spleen
- Swollen liver
What is functional medicine for EBV?
Functional medicine looks at the body as a whole. During treatment, Epstein Barr specialist, Dr. Anju Mathur, will augment the immune system, while helping to remove toxins released by the virus.
Using nutrition, essential supplements, and detoxification protocols, she can help patients that are suffering from the side effects of this virus to regain their health and overall quality of life.
Her detailed intakes and analysis can get to the root cause of your conditions. Specializing in functional medicine, Dr. Mathur helps her patients approach wellness from a multitude of different angles.
This chronic viral infection can be treated, and at Angel Longevity Medical Center, Epstein-Barr specialist, Dr. Anju Mathur, has successfully helped many patients who have suffered from the illness.
The EBV treatment experience What to expect
While there is no known cure for EBV, treatments for EBV include getting plenty of rest, drinking fluids to stay hydrated, and taking over-the-counter pain and fever medications. However, Dr. Anju Mathur’s “Back to Wellness Program” incorporates several therapies that will help to improve the symptoms of illness and prevent further negative side effects from taking place.
Dr. Anju Mathur’s “Back to Wellness Program” also incorporates several therapies that will improve your symptoms and prevent further negative side effects from taking place. With a functional medicine approach to wellness, Dr. Mathur teams up with her patient to attack this virus and the consequences of the illness using a systems approach.
Successful treatments may include:
- Ultraviolet blood irradiation - proven to eradicate the symptoms of the Epstein-Barr virus.
- Phospholipid exchange therapy - helps to detoxify the body on a cellular level, which improves overall health and immune function.
- Proper diet and additional IV nutrient protocols - to strengthen the immune system.
Many of our patients who have been diagnosed with Epstein-Barr are now enjoying very normal and active lives.
As an EBV specialist, Dr. Anju Mathur has used specialized treatment plans to help countless men and women suffering from the long-term effects of this illness to regain their health and restore optimal levels of wellness.
Are your symptoms bringing you down? Do you have questions about our EBV treatments? Are you ready to begin feeling better, longer? Please call us at (213) 674-3173 for a complimentary, 15-minute phone consultation with a health counselor, or if it's after hours, please fill out the form below, and we'll get back to you within one business day.