1. What is Crohn's disease?
2. What is the mechanism of Crohn's for disease development.
3. How does LDN interplay with Crohn's disease?
4. What results does LDN provide with Crohn's Disease?
Paul Battle PA-C obtained his bachelor of science degree in Physiology from the University of California Davis. He completed his Physician Assistant training at Emory University School of Medicine in 1981. He has practiced for over 30 years in 10 different specialties around the United States. He currently works in a neurosurgical practice implanting spinal cord and peripheral nerve stimulators in Denver Colorado. Additionally he has a wellness practice in Golden, Colorado.
He was introduced to low dose naltrexone in 2007 reading Dr. Jill Smith’s article about naltrexone and Crohn’s disease. Unfortunately his 10-year-old son was diagnosed with severe Crohn’s disease. In 2007 his son had an acute exacerbation where naltrexone saved his life. Since that time Paul’s mission has been to educate many people about low dose naltrexone.
PA Battle has lectured at several international medical conferences about the use of low dose naltrexone in autoimmune disease and cancer. He uses it for several different applications in his practices.