PUBH 1517 Clinical Case Studies (Winter 2011)

PUBH 1517 Clinical Case Studies (Winter 2011) - CLINICAL...

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CLINICAL STUDIES From The Goldberg Clinic For Chronic Disease Reversal With Doctor and Patient Commentaries Paul A. Goldberg, MPH,DC,DACBN,DCBCN Copyright 2002 All Rights Reserved - 0 -
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Table of Contents Preface 1 Introduction 2 Arthritis And Rheumatism 6 Rheumatoid Arthritis 7 Mixed Connective Tissue Disease 19 Ankylosing Spondylitis 22 Psoriatic Arthritis 25 Gout 28 Systemic Lupus 30 - 1 -
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Additional Case Studies On Arthritis and Rheumatism 31 Asthma and Allergies 38 Back and Hip Disorders 42 Cancer 46 Cardiovascular Problems, Hypertension, High Cholesterol 49 Chronic Fatigue 55 Digestive Disorders 64 Female Disorders and Infertility 67 - 2 -
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Headaches and Migraines 72 Memory Loss 75 Multiple Health Disorders 76 Obesity 79 Seizures 83 Skin Disorders85 Thyroid Disorders 89 Ulcerative Colitis 92 Crohns Disease 97 Underweight Condition 99 - 3 -
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Yeast /Fungal Related Illness 100 Gallbladder Disease 102 General Rejuvenation 104 Additional Case Studies 105 Paul A. Goldberg, MPH, DC, DACBN, DCBCN 109 - 4 -
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Preface This series of case studies, with letters, were selected from patients I have cared for over thirty-five years of practice. I have written this for students and practitioners I have instructed in Gastroenterology, Clinical Nutrition, and Rheumatology and for the interested layperson to show how a wide variety of health problems respond to properly applied principles of Natural Hygiene, Nutritional Biochemistry and Clinical Epidemiology. In the healing arts text book learning is insufficient if not accompanied by ample amounts of clinical experience which students often graduate with too little of. Most also graduate without having seen the results that can be obtained through professionally applied clinical epidemiology and natural, biological, health care in a practice where the focus is on the etiological (causal) factors involved with each patient’s problems. These case studies cannot substitute for the experience of working directly with patients, but do exemplify how a program that addresses etiological factors can be of enormous benefit, particularly with the more difficult, chronically ill patient. The following patient letters express elements of the case history and the emotions involved in being chronically ill and then experiencing a renewal on life when effective measures, under professional guidance, have been taken. Paul A. Goldberg, MPH,DC,DACBN,DCBCN The Goldberg Clinic Marietta, Georgia June 2007 - 1 - - 1 -
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INTRODUCTION Over the past century the United States has gone from a nation in which infectious diseases were the primary cause of morbidity and mortality to a nation in which chronic disease conditions such as Cancer, Heart Disease, Stroke, Diabetes, Autoimmune Conditions such as Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus, Ulcerative Colitis, Crohns Disease and a variety of functional diseases e.g. chronic fatigue and depression have become the predominating health issues. Patients with chronic degenerative conditions find themselves in a precarious situation
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