When we first met Ms. Jane McGill, she had so much discomfort, fatigue and pain that it took, in her words, “sheer grit just to get through the day”. Having gone to a litany of medical physicians including Gastroenterologists and Rheumatologists, Jane was taking Tramadol, Claritin, Pantoprazole when she came in to see us, none of which was improving her health. As with many patients Jane had also had multiple courses of antibiotics. Her medical doctors told her that she would continue to have bad days and that nothing could change her situation.
The drugs Jane was taking, like all drugs, had numerous side effects including further unbalancing her GI tract and its microbiome (antacids being notorious for this…see Dr. Tener’s video on the Dangers of Ant-Acids). Jane had been labeled with Eosinophilic Esophagitis (http://www.goldbergclinic.com/blog/2017/9/11/eosinophilic-esophagitis-gastritis-and-colitis), an increasingly common medical diagnosis that inevitably involves ongoing steroids and endoscopic evaluations which offer no light at the end of the tunnel.
Coming from New Jersey for her initial visit, Jane could barely make it through the airport, having to stop to rest many times. At her follow up visit five months later, Jane zipped through the airport and chose to walk through the entire Atlanta Zoo as a side excursion.
When causes are thoroughly addressed at their roots and appropriate Bio Hygienic™ Measures instituted, so called “chronic diseases” can, with diligence and time, melt away. Ms. McGill’s attention to following directions and her perseverance in going through the rough times of reconstructing her health, have paid off both for now and the future. Instead of having to live with a lifetime of ongoing pain and discomfort, Jane can now look forward to many years of good health and enjoyment of life.
1) Eosinophilic Esophagitis, Gastritis and Colitis: http://www.goldbergclinic.com/blog/2017/9/11/eosinophilic-esophagitis-gastritis-and-colitis
2) Reversing Rheumatoid Disorders: http://www.goldbergclinic.com/blog/2017/6/28/reversing-rheumatoid-arthritis
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