Ulcerative Colitis and Rheumatoid Arthritis Reversed!

Ulcerative Colitis and Rheumatoid Arthritis | August 2019

Hayden came to the Goldberg Clinic after being hospitalized and diagnosed medically with severe Ulcerative Colitis and Rheumatoid Arthritis. His Medical Physicians prescribed Prednisone, Ant-Acids and Remicade but his health declined. He had a severe allergic reaction during an infusion of Remicade for which he was given Benadryl to suppress the symptoms. He was kept on Remicade after this despite the adverse reaction (see article “The Dangers of Biological Drugs”).

Hayden worked hard with us at the Goldberg Clinic over a three year period and is now asymptomatic, drug free and in excellent health. Watch the video interview with Hayden to the right in which he discusses his journey back to reliable health.

Dr. Tener’s Comments

When a patient is given the diagnostic title Ulcerative Colitis or Rheumatoid Arthritis, they are being told medically that they have a lifelong condition that will involve a lifetime of disease management with drugs. The Goldberg Clinic Bio-Hygiene System has a much more optimistic goal of returning patients medically diagnosed with chronic diseases to a state of reliable health and vitality and the methodology to make this possible for many chronically ill people.

This is not to say that the road back to good health from chronic disease is either easy or quick. Returning to health from chronic disease takes right action, perseverance, effort and time. It is the outcome of understanding causes and building health as opposed to the treatment of symptoms. This is the approach we took with Hayden and how we work with the many other patients who seek our assistance with a wide variety of chronic health issues.

Chronic disease develops over many years. Likewise, to regain health even with the right effort, also takes an extended period of time with ups and downs along the way. Patience is a virtue required to accomplish most objectives in life. Hayden exhibited a tremendous amount of patience and perseverance in the course of recovering his health over a three year period. He had what we refer to as “the will to get well”. He will be starting his first year of college this fall in a state of good health with the tools needed to keep himself well.

Related Articles/Case Studies

1) Patient Interviews: Crohn’s/Colitis and other Digestive Disorders
2) Patient Interviews: Rheumatoid Arthritis
3) Patient Interviews: Autoimmune Disorders
4) Tackling Inflammatory Bowel Disease Part I
5) Tackling Inflammatory Bowel Disease Part II
6) Reversing Rheumatoid Arthritis
7) Problems with Prednisone: Why Inflammation is Not the Enemy
8) The Dangers of Biological Drugs: Part I
9) The Dangers of Biological Drugs: Part II