Are You Suffering From Long COVID Symptoms?
Many COVID-19 survivors are still continue to struggle with long term symptoms of COVID. Although there are hundreds of long COVID symptoms, the most common include:
- Brain fog or attention issues
- Memory challenges
- Difficulty breathing
- Sleep problems
- Psychological conditions
- Cardiac complications
- And many more
Aviv Clinics treats a full range of long COVID symptoms.
If you suffer from one or more of the above issues, we may be able to help through advanced long COVID treatment solutions.
Uncovering New Long COVID Symptoms
As researchers continue to deepen their understanding of this complex condition, ongoing exploration has led to the discovery of new symptoms now associated with long COVID.
Long COVID can affect different people in varied ways. Though symptoms can differ widely among COVID long-haulers, new studies have shown that these common conditions can persist “6 months or more after acute symptom onset or test date”:
- Post-exertional malaise (exacerbated following physical or mental activity)
- Gastrointestinal distress
- Heart palpitations
- Changes in sexual desire or capacity
- Loss of or change in senses of smell or taste
- Chronic cough
- Chest pain
- Nerve pain
- Abnormal movements, including tremors or sudden muscle contractions
For individuals dealing with long COVID, this translates to a considerable decline in their quality of life. This list is not exhaustive; although these are the most common of the newer symptoms, those affected by long COVID report many other conditions as well.
Additionally, COVID long-haulers can experience these as new symptoms that develop well after their acute infection, even if these ailments were not present initially.
If you or someone you know experiences these overwhelming symptoms, rest assured: There is hope. With the Aviv Medical Program, relief is possible through new treatment for COVID long-haulers to help restore your health and quality of life.
New Long COVID Treatments at Aviv Clinics
Long-haulers suffering from ongoing symptoms are turning to Aviv Clinics’ qualified, compassionate clinical team for relief. The revolutionary Aviv Medical Program is a scientifically-backed treatment that can combine an evidence-based, specialized hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) protocol with cognitive and physical training and nutritional coaching. Each client’s program is personalized to treat their unique symptoms.
Aviv Clinics’ multidisciplinary team of physicians, neurologists, physiologists, neuropsychologists, nurses, and nutrition experts collaborate under one roof to offer this comprehensive treatment program.
Published, peer-reviewed studies indicate that the Aviv Medical Program can improve many indications of long COVID, including cognitive, cardiac, psychiatric, fatigue, sleep, and pain symptoms.
Contact Aviv Clinics to learn how we can help you return to health!
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Assessing Damage Caused by Long COVID
Because every long-hauler’s symptoms are unique, the Aviv Medical Program is customized to the needs of each individual client. The treatment plan is developed based on the results of a comprehensive assessment.
The Aviv Clinics assessment is more than just a basic medical intake. Our expert clinical team leverages advanced brain imaging, cognitive and neurological testing, extensive blood tests, heart and lung performance evaluations, body composition analysis, and more to gain a full picture of your health and treatment needs. Following your assessment, our healthcare team develops an individualized treatment strategy that caters to your individual health goals.
Once treatment is completed, the assessment is repeated to measure progress and make recommendations for further improvement. By utilizing personalized approaches, we can further tailor the program, targeting the underlying cause of each long COVID symptom.
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Groundbreaking HBOT Study Shows Improvement in Cognitive Long COVID Symptoms
A recent study published in Scientific Reports confirmed that the COVID-19 virus can cause chronic brain injury affecting regions of the brain responsible for cognitive function, mental status and pain interpretation.
In the published study, patients treated with a unique hyperbaric oxygen protocol had significant improvement in their global cognitive function, including:
- Reduced brain fog
- Improved memory and attention
- Boosted energy levels
- Reduced pain and fatigue
- Improved mood and better sleep
Breakthrough HBOT Study Indicates Improvement in Cardiac Long COVID Symptoms
Recent evidence reveals that long COVID patients are at an increased risk for cardiovascular disorders. A June 2023 study published in Scientific Reports showed that cardiac functions were “significantly improved by HBOT.” The same hyperbaric oxygen therapy protocol administered at Aviv Clinics can restore left ventricular function in the hearts of these post-COVID patients.
This study is the first randomized, controlled clinical trial to produce significant improvements in post-COVID cardiac dysfunction. The research team included Shai Efrati, MD, Chair of Aviv’s Medical Advisory Board and Amir Hadanny, MD, PhD, Aviv’s Chief Researcher.
Treatment of Long COVID at Aviv Clinics
1. In-Depth Medical Assessment
Our expert clinicians diagnose long COVID using comprehensive testing and advanced brain imaging to examine the brain damage caused by the COVID infection. We then review your extensive results and assess your suitability for treatment.
2. Tailored Treatment Program
The results of your testing are used to develop a personalized, comprehensive treatment plan to address your long COVID symptoms. Our 40-60 session treatments take place in our clinic, 5 days a week, for 8 to 12 weeks.
3. Post-Treatment Assessment – Measurable Results
At the end of your treatment, we’ll conduct a second round of testing as a comparison and provide you with a detailed report of our findings, including any cognitive and physical improvements you experienced during the program.
If you or a loved one is suffers from persistent COVID symptoms, help is finally here.
Call us at 352-750-2848 to speak with one of our team members.
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Long COVID is complicated. Get the facts.
Up to 30% of COVID patients experience new or lingering symptoms after their initial infection. Symptoms can last for months or even years and are difficult to understand and diagnose. The lasting impacts can affect the brain, body and quality of life of patients and their families.
Scientists are learning more about long COVID and its symptoms daily, and keeping up with the changes can be difficult.
Read more about the basics of Long COVID, how it affects the brain, and why symptoms stick around longer than other viruses.
Or join Dr. Efrati’s free webinar on:
Understanding the results from the latest Long COVID research.
Backed By Over a Decade of Research
The Aviv Clinics protocol was developed under the scientific leadership of Dr. Shai Efrati, Director of the Sagol Center for Hyperbaric Medicine and Research at the Shamir Medical Center in Israel.
Over 2,000 clients around the world have successfully been treated with the unique Aviv Clinics protocol to date.
Long COVID is a difficult disease to live with,
but we’re here to help.
We offer complimentary consultations with our physicians to answer all of your questions.
Long COVID FAQ
What Is Long COVID?
Long COVID describes the range of symptoms that persist weeks, or even months, after the acute phase of a COVID-19 infection. Common symptoms of long COVID include fatigue, brain fog, headaches, joint pain, chest pain, nerve pain, and loss of taste or smell. Even people who experienced a mild or asymptomatic case of COVID-19 can develop long COVID, and the symptoms can significantly impact a person’s quality of life.
How Long Do New Long COVID Symptoms Last?
The duration of new long COVID symptoms can vary widely from person to person, lasting anywhere from several weeks to a year or more. Some individuals may recover within a few months, while others report long COVID lasting over 12 months. New symptoms can have long-lasting cognitive and physical effects that impact the individual’s daily life.
How Long Does the New COVID Variant Last?
The presence and length of time a newly emerged COVID-19 variant lingers is contingent on several factors such as implementing public health measures, the effectiveness of vaccines, how rapidly the variant spreads, and immunity and adaptation. It’s important to note that new variants can be challenging to predict and monitor, emphasizing the need for ongoing response and public health strategies.
Is There a Treatment for Long COVID?
Long COVID is a complex condition characterized by a range of symptoms generally treated through a multidisciplinary approach that addresses each symptom individually. This may include medications or therapies for pain management, mental health support, physical therapy, lifestyle modifications, and immune support.
Advanced alternative solutions, such as hyperbaric oxygen therapy, show promise in addressing long COVID symptoms at the cellular level and offer a long-term, comprehensive solution as opposed to short-term symptomatic relief.
How Can Aviv Clinics Help with Long COVID Symptoms?
Aviv Clinics’ integrated approach involves a team of physicians, neurologists, physiologists, neuropsychologists, nurses, and nutrition experts working together in a single location to offer an all-inclusive treatment program to address a combination of symptoms.
The Aviv Medical Program is a scientifically backed solution that can combine a unique hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) protocol with cognitive and physical training, as well as nutritional coaching to support long COVID brain fog treatment, symptom relief, and reclaiming your quality of life.
When Should I Seek Treatment for Long COVID symptoms?
Whether you seek prompt treatment for Long COVID can depend on your symptoms, their severity, and several other risk factors. Timely medical care can be critical if managing cases of COVID-19.
If you’re experiencing Long COVID symptoms, monitor your symptoms closely and consult a healthcare professional for guidance. As always, follow health guidelines and recommendations for testing and isolation to prevent transmission.