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What Are Chronic Degenerative Diseases?
If you live somewhere where there’s snow, you may be familiar with the wear and tear on the roads over time. Such wear and tear is particularly common during the winter, when ice and snow freeze the pavement, causing cracks as the underlying surface expands and contracts at a different rate than the asphalt. Plow trucks and salt also work to break apart the smooth surface. Even though it is unintended, the result is a patchy, pothole-ridden road in the spring.
A similar process happens in our body and it’s called degenerative disease, but snow and ice aren’t the culprit here. In degenerative diseases, parts of the body break down at a faster rate than normal over time. These might be caused by environmental factors or genetics, and some causes aren’t fully understood yet.
Degenerative diseases refer to medical problems that worsen over time. These degenerative diseases may affect the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord), bones, blood vessels or heart. Sometimes, certain medications and therapies can treat these degenerative diseases.
How We Can Help
In our clinic we provide an integrated health service that help your body /mind recover its innate ability to heal, whether you are facing challenges with your nervous system, bones, blood vessels or heart, immune system or gut.
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We know how tough a chronic illness can be, to feel out of control of your emotions. We also feel strongly that the conventional medicine approach using drugs are not going to make your condition any better.
Our Functional Medicine approach is the best way to identify and address hormone imbalances. If you have been to multiple doctors and specialists for your problems and still don’t have an answer, we can help. We are uniquely qualified to help with autoimmune conditions.
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We offer an alternative to medications, one that addresses the root cause of your illness. This “whole body” approach evaluates all areas of the body, not just the ones triggering symptoms.