Arthritis

There are many causes of arthritis, and some are very easily diagnosed and treated.

For example, high uric acid is a common cause of arthritis, that can easily be diagnosed with a blood test, and successfully treated with diet.

Reactive arthritis is another type that can be almost identical to rheumatoid arthritis, but it is due to a particular food allergy or a hidden infection such as a root canal or intestinal parasites.

Mineral imbalances are also common causes of arthritis, the most prevalent is high calcium. We pinpoint the cause of the arthritis by the use of one or more of the following tests:

The treatment, using natural products, is usually fairly easy, once the cause is established.

On October 30th, 2008, posted in: Areas of Expertise, Arthritis by

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