Successful Treatment of Raynauds Disease and Lupus
A female patient, age 67, came for treatment in 2008. She had been diagnosed with Raynauds disease (lack of circulation in the tips of the fingers and toes). She suffered from severe pain (9 out of 10). In addition, she had been identified with Lupus symptoms (auto-immune disease) due to which her lung function had become critical.
A combined treatment composed of chiropractic care, cranial treatment, and a specific nutritional schedule (including enzymes) as well as acupuncture with laser had been prescribed. The patient enjoyed one session per week for a couple of months.
The outcome had been promising. The circulation in her hands and feet improved dramatically. Her pain had become manageable (now 4 out of 10). She was wearing Reynauds glove which substantially helped as well.
Upon completing the treatment program medical tests showed that her lungs had been still under stress and regeneration could not be observed. Dr. Odvarko prescribed an herbal treatment protocol composed of Soup A & B as well as LC Balancer.
The results turned out well. Improved lung structure was observed. The patient felt stronger with much better breathing. She was able to return to square dancing.
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