Arthritis (…which isn't always arthritis)
Sometimes arthritis in knees and joints can be from Lyme disease, sometimes from rheumatoid arthritis, and sometimes from tendonitis. It can also be associated with food allergies and food sensitivities. The first issue is getting a clear diagnosis.
Complex regional pain syndrome
Also known as CRPS, it is a horrific pain condition. I see a number of patients who suffer from CRPS, and the solution can unfortunately be elusive. Again, it's important to try and understand what it is that has caused the nervous system to be so hyper-reactive. Get evaluated for Lyme disease and it's co-infections, celiac disease, gluten intolerance, and neurotoxins associated with mold, along with a number of other condition that I address in my book. I am familiar with Calmare therapy, and the research on it looks very exciting. While we do not do this therapy in our office, I have referred patients for this therapy. It is certainly worth the trial for anyone suffering from CRPS.
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Tinnitus can be an extremely difficult problem to address and can be a result of multiple issues and not a single problem. Meditation and yoga are extremely effective in reducing inflammation, as is curcumin. You also need to identify the causes of the inflammation, such as the trace mineral imbalances, as well as eliminate anything that may be poisoning your system.