If you are like most people with Rheumatoid arthritis, you suffer with pain in the joints of the hands, feet, and or neck. Daily chores can become extremely painful. Depending upon the degree of damage to the joints, you may no longer be able to walk as far, without experiencing severe pain in your feet. Women usually comment on how they cannot knit, crochete, or play cards as easily as they used to. Trying to manipulate your fingers to grasp small objects becomes more difficult and painful. After awhile it begins to take the fun out of life. And keep in mind that the skin, lungs, kidneys, heart and blood vessels are often affected with Rheumatoid arthritis. Complications can also occur with your eyes, liver, blood, nerves, and bone. Some people try physical therapy, but often tell me that it offers some relief, but it’s too bothersome to keep going all of the time. Most people rely on medications such as pain killers, anti inflammatory drugs, steroids, or ant rheumatic drugs. Again, everyone has a different response, but the biggest thing that I hear is that the side effects often outweigh the benefits of the minor pain relief. There are also a lot of people that are concerned with taking certain types of medications and they are always looking for alternatives. Since Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune condition you realize that your body is attacking itself and doing a great deal of damage. There is no cure for it, but is there anything else that can be done to stop or decrease the attacks? What else can be done to stop or decrease the pain and suffering?
23 years of practice, as well as being board eligible in chiropractic neurology and spending over a hundred hours of postgraduate studies in functional endocrinology, has taught me how and why people with Rheumatoid arthritis are suffering and what can be done. I understand that you are concerned that your pain and suffering will get worse. I know that you are worried that you are running out of options. Unfortunately most people have given up on doing anything about it. They heard a doctor tell them that they would just have to learn to live with it, and unfortunately they never questioned the doctor. As a result, they continue to suffer.
With the specific testing that I recommend and with my specific dietary recommendations, you can work to decrease the flare ups associated with Rheumatoid arthritis, just as you can with any of the autoimmune conditions. The good news is that he care I offer does not involve medications. So you will not have to worry about side effects. Unlike medications, this type of care does not lower your overall immunity!
How bad do you suffer? Is it worth taking the time to call for a free consultation to get a better understanding of what you can do to decrease or stop your suffering? Call today (586) 726-9860.