To book an appointment with our ReMed PANDAS & PANS clinical team, please phone 1300 1REMED or 1300 173 633
The ReMed PANS & PANDAS clinical team only provides treatment options that are safe, effective and evidence-informed treatment strategies for children presenting with acute onset neuropsychiatric disorders, PANS and PANDAS. The practitioner team work within Keonie’s treatment models for PANS and PANDAS patients, are supervised and received regular ongoing training as well as work through our own competencies set to ensure practitioner development.
The ReMed PANDAS & PANS Clinic is designed to help children who:
- Have acute onset tics and/or OCD
- Help assess whether PANS or PANDAS is a condition that needs to be considered
- Implement effective and safe treatment plans that are evidence-informed
Over the past 8 years, Keonie has been innovating treatment options for children with PANS and PANDAS through documenting and publishing the outstanding clinical results she achieves.
Some strategies focused on symptom management may be similar between patients in the ReMed PANDAS & PANS Clinic, but there are no ‘cookie cutter’ treatment protocols. EVERY child is an individual and the factors that are driving the onset and relapses in flares can be completely different.
Therapeutic doses of supplements should only be given to children under the supervision of a qualified practitioner, not only for safe administration but also based on what will be clinically effective.
The clinic has a dedicated time of Saturdays to ensure a greater number of families can access appointments, attend consultations and all our ReMed PANS clinical team members are directly supervised by Keonie. This also ensures that Keonie’s current clients requiring an urgent or acute appointment can access the PANS clinical team for immediate treatment rather than a lengthy wait due to high demand.
PANDAS is an acronym for Paediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders associated with streptococcal infections. PANDAS is characterised by acute onset obsessive-compulsive and/or tic disorder in children following an infection with Group A beta-haemolytic Streptococcus.
Technically, PANDAS is a sub-type of PANS, and whilst the presenting clinical picture is very similar, the name denote the difference in the initiating infection.
A unique characteristic of PANS is the sudden onset of PANS. Children can go from symptom free to intense OCD and/or tics seemingly overnight. Though many parents will report that there may be a history of anxiety or even non-impairing mild OCD, but at subclinical levels prior to fill initiation. Often these levels of symptoms are not recognised by parents until after acute exacerbation and it’s not until retrospect that they are identified due to lack of impairment on daily routine and/or activities.
As PANS and PANDAS are clinical diagnosis, it is important for all clinicians to assess all plausible causes of the presenting symptoms. This is particularly important for practitioners that frequently see children with PANS as it is easy to see the symptoms and make clinical assumptions but there is a lot of clinical over-lap between the symptoms of PANS and other disorders in children. This is why the ReMed Clinical Team ensures we obtain a detailed case history, all external medical results and testing for all our patients.
The ReMed PANS & PANDAS Clinical team is led by Keonie Moore, the founder of ReMed Natural Medicine Clinic and Naturopath who has been extensively treating children with PANS and PANDAS for several years. Find out more about what we treat here
We are passionate about providing exceptional evidenced-based treatment for patients and their families. We only provide treatment options that are safe, effective and evidence-informed treatment strategies for children presenting with acute onset neuropsychiatric disorders, PANS and PANDAS.