What if through proper testing we found that there are certain foods in your diet that are increasing the rate of flare ups? Could avoiding those foods make a change in your condition? What if we could evaluate the organs and glands of the body to see which of them could benefit from nutritional support? Anything that we can do to either increase the function of your body is a benefit. Anything that we can do to balance out your immune system that would lead to a decrease in the frequency of autoimmune attacks would be a blessing. Whether it’s removing the foods that are damaging your body, or increasing the necessary nutrition to support proper glandular and organ function, it can all be beneficial. To what degree, we won’t know until we run the proper tests, offer the necessary support, and then retest. Hypothetically speaking, what if your condition improved by 20%, 40%, or 60%? Would that be a victory? I have had people respond much better than that, but everyone is different.
I can’t make any promises to you regarding how you will respond. I can only tell you that there is much more that can be looked at when it comes to offering people with autoimmune conditions an opportunity to slow down your immune system’s attack on your body, without the side effects that are seen with medications. Unlike medications, this type of care does not lower your overall immunity! If you would like further information, you can call the office and schedule a free consultation to learn more about what can be done. Call the office at (586) 726-9860.
Dr. Roy Picard, is a chiropractor in Shelby Twp., Michigan. He serves people in the surrounding communities of Rochester Hills, Rochester, Romeo, Macomb, Washington Township, Clinton Township, Sterling Heights, Troy, Windsor, Sarnia, Chatham as well as communities throughout southeastern Michigan and Ontario Canada. The information provided in this website is to be used for educational purposes only and not to be used to diagnose, treat, or offer any medical advice. This information is not to be used as a substitute for medical care. Dr. Picard does not recommend that you stop, decrease, or alter your medication without first consulting with your medical doctor.