Mike talks about how our program has put his peripheral neuropathy in remission. He also discusses how he lost 60 pounds and kept it off using our peripheral neuropathy program.
I came to see Dr. Adams with a number of complaints:
- The joint on my big toe head started hurting about six months ago and was beginning to wake me up at night.
- Plantar fasciitis on my left foot has bothered me for the past year.
- My legs felt like they had led poured into them (this had been an ongoing problem since 1969, following a severe case of mononucleosis.)
All of these problems were making walking more difficult and exercise impossible, so I was gradually gaining weight that was hard to shed.
Dr. Adams had a number of different solutions and options available to me – some of them surprised me. I have received cold laser and both electric and mechanical stimulation on the nerves in my legs, and on my feet. As a result, my pain levels as well as the heaviness in my legs have decreased to the point that walking is becoming doable again.
I also discovered that multiple food allergies were raising the level of inflammation in my body, and that the joints in my feet are becoming to form by rheumatoid arthritis. Because my kidneys are already working at a reduced rate and I didn’t want to use steroids that might affect their remaining functionality, I chose to start the anti-inflammatory diet to slow the process of joint degeneration down.
I also found out that adjusting my adrenals would improve the quality of my sleep (a problem for the past 12 years)-it’s nice to be able to enjoy and improved quality of sleep. If all this weren’t enough, with my diet plan my weight is decreasing as well, which helps taking the load off.
I’ve enjoyed going to the doctor because he listens and I’ve come away feeling better – what’s better than that?
Dr. Elizabeth S.R