Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease GERD

Intestinal Permeability-leaky gut

Dysbiosis-imbalance of bacterial colonies in the GI tract

Why do many chronic pain patients suffer with these conditions? What is the relationship between these common gastrointestinal conditions and chronic pain? These questions were discussed today during Friday’s Functional Medicine Meeting at PRFM.

These conditions cause widespread INFLAMMATION that can lead to chronic pain. Studies also suggest patients with these conditions are at higher risk of developing a chronic pain condition.

The team at PRMF is committed to helping our patients resolve these conditions. There are REAL solutions and in 30 days or less most patients will have decreased pain levels, reduced symptoms and reduced risk factors for cancer and heart disease.

5R treatment plan:

Remove: problematic foods, stress, medications and pathogenic organisms

Replace: living foods, digestive enzymes and nutritional supplements

Re-inoculate: pre-biotics-food and pro-biotics

Repair: anti-inflammatory foods, supplements, regulate the immune response, repair gut lining

Rebalance: diet and lifestyle, stress relief, alternative therapies, medication.

Tell us if, in addition to chronic pain, you are experiencing any of the following symptoms: bloating, gas, diarrhea, constipation, food allergies, or heartburn. We may be able to address your pain from a Functional Medicine perspective, in addition to our classic interventional techniques and our Regenerative Medicine treatments.

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