Sheila OShaughnessy Peripheral Neuropathy Relief

My name is Sheila O'shaughnessy and I've been coming to see greenand staff for six months. I saw him on Facebook awesome people liked him so I um made an appointment came I came because I new I was suffering from peripheralneuropathy and I had burning and tinglingmy hands and feet and

heating and burning went up to my elbows and my knees and I knew I had to do something about it and I knew if I didn't take care of it this issue that I would be very I would be immobilized as I got older I also came because I have avery foggy brain lo and behold

up to six months I do not have theburning and tingling up to my knees and elbows t's now onlymy feet and hands I found out I was allergic to gluten I found out I was allergic to lots of foods different foods.I changed my diet I change the way I think about how I need to improve my health I'm off

all mediions except for the supplements that Green has been giving me and I am more than thrilled about the way I feel today and peoplehave noticed the changme. I look forward to continuing on this journey with you and I look forward to continuing thisjourney with green and his staff until I feel like I am completely cured of all my ailments wonderful great

David Pearson Introduces Diabetes Free Program Diabetes Cure Secrets In Miracle Shake

David Pearson Introduces Diabetes Free Program Diabetes Treatment Secrets In Miracle Shake warning this tutorial contains highlycontroversial information that the mainstream medical establishment doesnot want you to see this presentation save thousands oflives each time shown all the information it is scientificallyverified yet to have the largest pharmaceuticalcompaniesthe world are threatened pearson with lawsuits if he keepshis presentation online

pearson is alsodanger oflosing his medical license for simply making the public aware thattheir is indeed a proven effective all natural treatment fordiabetes and that there has been for many yearslight of the above we cannotguarantee this tutorial will remain up long it could be removed next week today oreven before you're finished watching it to handle your mouse with care oneacademically could be missing out on the information that could save your life

or the life of a loved one raise thevolume high and take rigorous notes because if you simply watch until theend and do what it says 14 days from now you will feel like a completely newperson enjoy the presentation hi on David Pearson an independent medical researcherspecializinginsulin production and diabetes and i'd like to ask your question whatif I told you there was a completely natural treatment the treats the rootcause a diabetes

the medical steps man has actually beenhiding from you on purpose a treatment that's 100 percent proveneffective yet totally unknown your and 99 percent of all s around thecountry what if this one national secret when used for just a short period oftime can give you a radical shiftyour health for the better and instantly improve your quality oflife andfact eliminate most all the worries andinconveniences you have right now as a

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Treatment Options for Charcot Foot Babak Kosari MD

Charcot foot is a neuropathic foot diseasethat is sometimes seenpatients with diabetes. The prevention of further joint destructionand foot deformity is the primary initial aimtreatment of charcot's foot. BabakKosari of Valley Presbyterian tells us about this disease and how critical itis to have it treated promptly and correctly. It's a condition that affects diabetics. Nowit's an end stage type of a condition where once you start developing a charcot foot,your disease process has gone on for a long time your neuropathy or lack of sensationin the lower extremity which is one of the conditions that happens with over 40% of diabetics.The bonesthe foot, they start to demineralize.

In other words the calcium, the minerals,the get less and less the bone becomes weak and it starts to crack just by standing orwalking. Now if you have a minor trauma that exacerbates it. Eventually what happens, thearch of the foot starts to collapse and the foot changes the shape and then you developthis what's called technically quot;Bag of Bonesquot; and these are tiny fractures that happensin the bones of the foot of the diabetic patient. It's a very very serious condition when ithappens for a diabetic. In the initial phase, it goes untreated, unnoticed again primarilybecause the patient doesn't feel pain. The disease process is very complied, thereare many theories about it. One of them is

that the nerve endings that supply sensationto the arteries, they don't function well. So the signal goes to open up the vesselsthe rush of blood comes into the foot and the rush of blood demineralizes the bone,weakens the bone. The treatment involves a team process we have a foot surgeon, we havethe vascular surgeon, we have the endocrinologist, primary physician, all these have to cometogether and develop a plan. The point is to prevent all this, once it happens the gamechanges. Then you get into first trying to stabilize this process because these bonesare breaking. The patient is walking, they're working, they're doing things they're weightbearing and they're not realizing that this

foot is actually collapsing slowly, slowly,slowly and if you take photographs from day one to day thirty, the astic changethefoot. This is not a reversible type of a condition. What we do issevere cases, we do reconstructionof the foot. It's a very complied surgery, it involves metal frames that go from thefoot to the leg. It's a long recovery and it has many facets to postop care and eduionyou know eduion for a long term. The first preventative treatment for these types ofpatients is eduion. You want your patient to know about what to look for, they haveto have a comprehensive plan of care which routinely involves being checked by a foot for types of foot changes that

normally we don't think about. For example:a small callus, you know we have calluses on our hands and our feet but that callusfor a diabetic patient underneath is a very significant finding underneath, what's happeningin the bones is very crucial. Xrays, different imaging studies, just watching the patientwalk, how they're walking, the biomechanics of the foot, the types of shoes that theywear, the type of activity, their lifestyle, all these come into effect and my biggestweapon against all this is eduing my patient as to what to look for. It's a preventablecondition but it has to be caught early and eduion is the key. How many high schoolfootball players sustain a concussion each

year? 25,000, 50,000, 75,000 or 100,000? Theanswer when we return. Join the American Health Journal on Facebook. Search for American HealthJournal. How many high school football players sustain a concussion each year? The answeris over 100,000. The CDC also reports that 62% of these injuries occur during practice,not during games. Now with the latest information on cancer treatment here's our reporter LoraWindsor. According to the American Cancer Society, more than one and a half millionpeoplethe United States are diagnosed with cancer each year. Lisa Wang a boardcertified hematologist and oncologist at PIH HealthWhittier, California discusses theadvancementscancer treatmentsthe last