ALLERGY-ARTHRITIS CONNECTION: CLINICAL ECOLOGISTS DETERMINING CAUSES

Some cases of arthritis and some cases of non-arthritic ecologic diseases (affecting other parts and systems of the body) are so complicated that they positively require the expertise of a well-trained, ecologically oriented physician. A regular allergist – even a board-certified specialist – does not have the knowledge and skill to help you.
Traditionally trained allergists have never been exposed to, or have not taken the opportunity to become familiar with, the currently available information concerning the often easy to demonstrate causes of environmentally produced arthritis. Few medical schools teach anything at all about ecologic science (the clinical application of ecologic principles), and there is not very much instruction about allergy, preventive medicine, or clinical nutrition given to our future doctors.
It is understandable how many fine, sincere physicians are not nearly as effective as they could be despite their intellectual capacity and desire to help their patients. Their diagnostic and therapeutic horizons are greatly limited by these generally unrecognized deficiencies in their training.
The Arthritis Foundation, which is a major source of information for interested physicians and the public, has flatly rejected the idea that arthritis could be an allergic disorder of the joints and muscles. The foundation does not or will not believe that arthritis might be associated with, or caused by reactions to or a lack of, certain substances in the diet. The foundation does believe that an allergy-like immunologic reaction caused by factors unknown to them may be responsible for arthritis, but they continue to ignore the dietary and environmental factors that ecologists have clearly shown in thousands of instances are capable of setting off attacks of arthritis. This is a very puzzling inconsistency.
Be that as it may, you can judge the facts for yourself and make up your own mind.
Every disease must have a cause. A good way of determining that our testing for the causes of arthritis by provocative techniques is accurate and clinically effective is to see if application of this information leads to a treatment that cures or significantly relieves an active case or prevents its recurrence. That is exactly what clinical ecologists have done for many years in case after case and study after study with thousands of patients. We do not claim to be able to cure the bone damage associated with arthritis if the allergy-initiated inflammation and structural changes are allowed to continue too long, but we can give considerable relief to many. Together, the arthritic and the ecologist often cure arthritis by continuous attention to the demonstrable causes in each case, while the condition remains in its reversible state. Careful avoidance of test-identified food offenders in conjunction with a rotary-diversified diet, desensitization treatment (immunotherapy), and changes in life-style, along with nutritional supplements, can prevent the occurrence of future “spontaneous” flare-ups due to exposure to previously unsuspected dietary and environmental factors.
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ALLERGY-ARTHRITIS CONNECTION: CLINICAL ECOLOGISTS DETERMINING CAUSES Some cases of arthritis and some cases of non-arthritic ecologic diseases (affecting other parts and systems of the body) are so complicated that they positively require the expertise of a well-trained, ecologically oriented physician. A regular allergist – even a board-certified specialist – does not have the knowledge and skill to help you.Traditionally trained allergists have never been exposed to, or have not taken the opportunity to become familiar with, the currently available information concerning the often easy to demonstrate causes of environmentally produced arthritis. Few medical schools teach anything at all about ecologic science (the clinical application of ecologic principles), and there is not very much instruction about allergy, preventive medicine, or clinical nutrition given to our future doctors.It is understandable how many fine, sincere physicians are not nearly as effective as they could be despite their intellectual capacity and desire to help their patients. Their diagnostic and therapeutic horizons are greatly limited by these generally unrecognized deficiencies in their training.The Arthritis Foundation, which is a major source of information for interested physicians and the public, has flatly rejected the idea that arthritis could be an allergic disorder of the joints and muscles. The foundation does not or will not believe that arthritis might be associated with, or caused by reactions to or a lack of, certain substances in the diet. The foundation does believe that an allergy-like immunologic reaction caused by factors unknown to them may be responsible for arthritis, but they continue to ignore the dietary and environmental factors that ecologists have clearly shown in thousands of instances are capable of setting off attacks of arthritis. This is a very puzzling inconsistency.Be that as it may, you can judge the facts for yourself and make up your own mind.Every disease must have a cause. A good way of determining that our testing for the causes of arthritis by provocative techniques is accurate and clinically effective is to see if application of this information leads to a treatment that cures or significantly relieves an active case or prevents its recurrence. That is exactly what clinical ecologists have done for many years in case after case and study after study with thousands of patients. We do not claim to be able to cure the bone damage associated with arthritis if the allergy-initiated inflammation and structural changes are allowed to continue too long, but we can give considerable relief to many. Together, the arthritic and the ecologist often cure arthritis by continuous attention to the demonstrable causes in each case, while the condition remains in its reversible state. Careful avoidance of test-identified food offenders in conjunction with a rotary-diversified diet, desensitization treatment (immunotherapy), and changes in life-style, along with nutritional supplements, can prevent the occurrence of future “spontaneous” flare-ups due to exposure to previously unsuspected dietary and environmental factors.*15/295/5*

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