Recent Case Study: Psoriatic Arthritis, Adrenal Fatigue and Gout

Psoriatic Arthritis, Gout | June 2016 

Dana came to the Goldberg Clinic in early 2016 with medical diagnoses of Psoriatic Arthritis and Gout. His Rheumatologist prescribed steroids (Prednisone) but his health continued to deteriorate. In this video, Dana shares his experience with us at the Goldberg Clinic and the significant improvement he has made while under our care. He is now drug free and he reports a reduction in his overall pain by 90%. 

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Adrenal Stress Test Before/After

Interpretation: Cortisol readings are measured in the morning, afternoon, evening and midnight. Hormone levels should be highest in the morning and then gradually taper off as the day goes on. The test report shown to the right is an example of normal adrenal cortisol secretion. The red and blue lines indicate the upper and lower limit of normal respectively. The black line is the patient result. 

See Dr. Tener's article "Adrenal Fatigue: A Common but Misunderstood Condition." 


Below is Dana's before/after Adrenal Stress Test results.