Successful Treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis and Psoriasis
A female patient, 75, arrived in a wheelchair being diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis when arriving for treatment in 1997. She also suffered from psoriasis arthritis in her scalp.
She had already spent substantial amounts of money for seeing a variety of medical doctors. No one had been successful in treating her itching scalp. She had been on Viol prior to that in order to treat her rheumatoid arthritis (very bad drug which was taken off the market later).
Dr. Arastouzadeh applied a treatment program of thirty sessions to cure the patient. It represented a combination of acupuncture and herbs. For preventive maintenance a combination of a liquid herbal supplement and herbal patches were used after the main treatment cycle.
The results had been remarkable. The patient has never been in a wheelchair ever since. Her scalp has completely recovered.
She is 88 now. Until one year ago she was successfully kept away from the dialysis due to the fact that a mix of herbs and acupuncture kept down the level of creatinine.
She has been a wonderful patient since she arrived the first time.
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