Goldberg Clinic Kids
Improvements in each case resulted from addressing causal factors and employing health promoting nutritional and hygienic steps not through the treatment of any medical condition. Every patient is different and results may vary from patient to patient.
Case #1: Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EOE) | March 2018
Alex (11 years old) came to the Goldberg Clinic suffering with severe digestive and allergic issues. He had seen eleven different Medical Doctors at four different hospitals prior to coming to the Goldberg Clinic and was given numerous medications including Atarax, Prilosec, Tylenol, Antibiotics and Benedryl. His condition worsened while on the medications. Alex is now drug free and in excellent health. See Alex's story in the video to the left and also in a hand written account by his mother which can be seen here.
Case #2: Eosinophilic Esophagitis, Gastritis, Severe Allergies | January 2014
Graham is an 8 year old male that presented with medical diagnoses of Eosinophilic Esophagitis, Gastritis and severe allergies. He had previously been treated medically with numerous medications including Macrodantin, Prednisone, Amitryptiline, Prevacid, Flovent, Hydrocodone, Concerta, Carafate, Gaviscon, Mirilax, Tums, Hyocosamine, Zantac and Neurontin. His symptoms worsened while on medications. Graham is now drug free and his mother reports 99% improvement in her son's condition. See before/after lab work: Click Here.
Case #3: Ulcerative Colitis | July 2018
Zahrah (7 years old) traveled with her parents to the Goldberg Clinic from Ontario, Canada in January of 2018. She was diagnosed medically with Ulcerative Colitis. Her Gastroenterologist prescribed Prednisone but her condition worsened over time.
Since coming to the Goldberg Clinic in January of 2018, Zahrah's parents report over 75% improvement in her condition. She is drug free and her HsCRP (inflammatory marker) has normalized. Click here to see before/after labs.
Case #4: Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis | December 2013
Anderson received a medical diagnosis of Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis. He had previously been treated medically with steroids and oral antibiotics as per his Rheumatologist. After 2 months of care at The Goldberg Clinic, Anderson is drug free and has improved significantly. His knee swelling has resolved and he is back to playing baseball in Little League.
Case #5: Allergies, Asthma, Repeated Fevers, Vomiting | July 2018
John Marshall came to the Goldberg Clinic suffering from repeated fevers, vomiting, allergies and asthma. He had taken numerous courses of antibiotics and steroids as per his Pediatrician but his health continued to decline. Since coming to the Goldberg Clinic, John Marshall's health and resistance have improved considerably. He is no longer vomiting or having repeated fevers. His allergic sensitivities have reduced.
Case #6: ADHD and Digestive Issues | August 2014
Antonio presented with a medical diagnosis ADHD along with digestive issues. His Pediatrician recommended Ritalin to help control his behavior which was refused by his parents. After 3 weeks of care, Antonio's mother reports significant improvement in his behavior and resolution of his digestive complaints. He is drug free.
Case #7: Aggressive Behavior, Constipation | June 2016
Zach presented to the Goldberg Clinic with behavioral issues and constipation. Prior to being adopted by his current parents, Zach had been in foster care in a state run medically fragile group home until he was seven years old. He had no formal education during that time and lived largely in social isolation. Zach has made significant strides under the care of his new parents and with the support of the Goldberg Clinic.
Case #8: Hyperactivity (ADHD), Inability to focus, Eczema | January 2016
Angelica presented with a medical diagnosis ADHD. The patient's parents were hesitant to put her on medication after learning about potential side effects. After 2 months of care, Angelica's parents, relatives and teachers report significant improvement in her behavior and ability to focus. She is drug free.
Case #9: Chronic Constipation | April 2016
Isabella presented with a medical diagnosis of chronic constipation (bowel movements once every 10-12 days) for which she was prescribed laxatives by her Pediatrician. Isabella is now having regular bowel movements without the use of laxatives. She is drug free and in excellent health.
Case #10: Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis | August 21, 2011
David was diagnosed by multiple Rheumatologists with Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis. He was prescribed numerous drugs including Methotrexate and Steroids (Prednisone). David reports 99% improvement in his condition after just 2 months. He is now drug free and pain free.