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If My Lab Results Are Normal Why Do I Still Feel Sick?

Posted: September 12, 2015
By: Dr. Mark Joachim

 

       If  My Lab Results Are Normal, Why Do I Still Feel Sick?

Unfortunately this is a very common and all too often heard complaint of patients.  They have been poked and probed and had multiple types of diagnostic imaging and everything is "normal" according to their MD. "How can that be?" they ask if they are not feeling well. Typical responses will include "You're stressed " 'You're not eating properly"  "You're not sleeping enough" and on and on go the explanations. The challenge is that the people who are still not feeling well do all the right things. They eat right, workout, sleep, meditate ........ So why don't they feel well?  

We all agree that when someone does not feel well something is wrong, no matter how minor it may seem to be. The body is not working properly or at ease with itself (dis-ease). Agree. Then perhaps we need to look at the condition and testing from a different view point.

 First, perhaps the medical tests can only detect pathology and aren't sensitive enough to detect minor problems which are related to poor function (dis-ease). If the body is not sick enough, then the medical testing will not detect a problem. The second issue, pertaining to blood work, is the blood lab value ranges are too big and again does not indicate a problem because the person is not sick enough. Also through time, the averages of lab values  have increased and therefore the ranges have been skewed to a sick society. So in fact, there really are more sick people than lab values indicate as "normal".

When  performing a thorough evaluation utilizing blood, urine, stool and hair analysis and evaluating with functional ranges instead of pathological ranges, dysfunction can truly be determined and improving function and physiology using diet, supplements and lifestyle changes can be implemented to obtain a better state of health.  

Dr. Mark Joachim, D.C. F.I.A.M.A.

Associates In Family Chiropractic & Natural Health Care

156 East Avenue      Norwalk,  CT 06851

203-838-1555

ctchiropractic.com

 


AVOIDING LOW BACK SURGERY!

Posted: September 12, 2015
By: Dr. Mark Joachim

    AVOIDING LOW BACK SURGERY!         

 

Norwalk, CT:   New technology gives hope to low back pain sufferers and allows them the chance to avoid low back surgery!  If the source of their pain is a bulging disc, herniated disc, degenerative disc, spinal stenosis or as a result of failed low back surgery they may be a candidate for the FDA cleared Axiom DRX9000 non surgical disc treatment.   

 

Unfortunately patients are often told there are no other options for treatment of low back disc problems other than surgery.  However surgery should be the very last option after all conservative treatments have been used such as; chiropractic, physical therapy, spinal injections and  acupuncture.

 

If they have a serious disc condition and are facing the alarming prospect of back surgery, they are not alone. Every day we treat people who are suffering with low back pain and leg pain caused from the disc damage who do not want to take the chances or risks involved with surgery.

This revolutionary technology which has been developed is considered to be the most advanced and successful non surgical treatment of serious back and leg pain/numbness available. The treatment is gentle and relaxing and has been proven to be effective and shown dramatic results even when traditional standard of care like drugs, epidurals, chiropractic physical therapy and surgery have failed.

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Call (203) 838 1555 now to schedule your free consultation and evaluation to determine if you are a candidate for this non surgical treatment of disc related low back and leg pain and avoid back surgery!

                                                 Dr. Mark Joachim, D.C.

                                                             156 East Avenue

                                                          Norwalk, CT 06851

                                                                203 838 1555

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