Treat Arthritis Naturally You can treat arthritis naturally, without the use of harmful prescription and over the counter anti inflammatory medications. Arthritis is inflammation in the joints which ultimately leads to the following symptoms: Swelling Tenderness Stiffness in the joints Pain Decreased range of motion While these symptoms generally worsen with age, it is important to note that arthritis is not only a disease of the elderly. What are the types of Arthritis? There are two main types of arthritis, both affect the joints, but in different ways. Osteoarthritis First, Osteoarthritis, the most prevalent form of arthritis, with over 3,000,000 cases in the United States alone, is caused by a wearing away of the cartilage in the joints. This is caused by: Age Weight, carrying extra weight stresses the joints Gender, women are more likely to develop osteoarthritis Injury to the joint Repeated stress on the joints Genetics Rheumatoid Arthritis…Read More
Dr. Cushing researched and developed his own noninvasive AllerCease™ technique for allergy elimination.
Over a 98% success rate.
Dr. A. I. Cushing D.C.,D.Ch.,C.N.C.,F.S.A.C.
Syndromes we specialize in using holistic medicine:
- Allergies & Hypersensitivities.
- Chronic Fatigue.
- ADD & ADHD.
- Weight loss
- Chronic Pain
- Female Hormone Imbalances
- Emotional Freedom Technique
From the Holistic Medicine Doctor’s Blog:
What is Asthma? Treating asthma naturally is a goal patients with asthma and allergies should aspire to. Asthma is a chronic lung disease causing inflammation in the lungs and bronchial tubes; this, in turn, affects the amount of air that enters and exits the lungs. While common in children, people of all ages have asthma. In a 2013 study of Asthma published in the Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology reports that an astonishing 75 percent of adults with asthma have at least one allergy, because of this, many of our patients who come in to be treated for allergies are likewise suffering with asthma. Some of the symptoms of asthma include: Chest tightening or pain. Shortness of breath. Coughing. Wheezing. While asthma is a chronic condition, many patients experience acute flare ups. The sources of these flares or triggers are often difficult to avoid. The goal for the patient…Read More