Take this pain away, now!!

painConstant pain getting you down? Disturbing your sleep? Restricting your lifestyle?

Have you had enough of being in pain? It’s stopping you from doing the activities you used to love? The pain is getting you down? Sick of taking pain killers? Want to get to the root cause of your pain? Your pain may be due to having high levels of inflammation.

Research has proven that inflammation can be the driver of chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer’s disease, depression, osteoporosis, and many more. One of the most common causes of chronic pain is inflammation. Conditions of inflammation are commonly caused not only from diet but also from infections, be it bacterial, fungal or viral and can be just as life threatening as disease brought on by a sedentary lifestyle, poor diet and lifestyle habits such as smoking and alcohol consumption.

You don’t have to be in pain, don’t accept this as normal, there is something that can be done about it.

A client aged 38 with a history of arthritis, presented with chronic pain and high inflammation with flare ups causing blackouts from the pain. With this type of investigation, we found two infections and high levels of inflammation produced by triggers in her diet. Within two months her pain and inflammation had dropped significantly.

While traditional medications may provide you with temporary relief or your symptoms, these often come with side effects and can lead to further health complications.

It’s only through treating the root cause that you can look forward to a positive pain free lifestyle. At the Naturopathic Clinic we will conduct specific testing to identify the type of bacterial, viral or fungal infection which may be the root cause of your pain and work with you on a treatment plan.

Pain can be a symptom with many causes. Thorough in-clinic testing can get to the bottom of your pain. To find out more about how your health condition can be resolved contact The Naturopathic Clinic for a free Mini Natural Health Assessment on 022 017 6033.