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It is not often that I make a recommendation, but the information that can be found here is amazingly good.
Allergies are just one sign that you have an inflammatory condition. There are many indications, here are just a few from dizziness, headaches and even confusion. If your brain is inflamed it will be confused. If the blood vessels are inflamed then you can be confused. You can even have an inflamed heart, where the pulse is weak, there is a pain in the chest, and you faint. Remember inflammation is an allergic reaction. It can cause you chest to tighten, your throat to itch and your bronchi in your lungs to swell making it difficult to breath. If it is in your digestive tract, then you will experience nausea, stomach pains, difficulty with digestion, and constipation or diarrhea. Of course, many of you are familiar with the hayfever allergies that come with the season, the allergic reaction to medications and food that bring on skin rashes, itching and swellings or hives.
All these are just indications that your body is over responding. Returning your body to normal function is the key to good health. Our food supply has gotten so narrow in variety, in nutrients, that we need to look at what is working for those who think outside the box.
For those you of you who don’t know, Medicare pays for the Chiropractic adjustments but doesn’t cover the initial examination, x-rays, or therapies. There is ongoing research to demonstrate the effectiveness, safety, and cost effectiveness of Chiropractic.
At Dartmouth College, the research called “The Demonstration Project” worked towards establishing the direct and indirect costs associated with the expanded coverage of Chiropractic services under Medicare. They used demonstration sites with the intent of using those findings to model the expansion of Chiropractic nationally. The findings from the “Demonstration Project” has estimated that the national expansion of chiropractic services would cost $582 million.
The indirect cost benefits have not been calculated. The cost saved from decreased surgical procedures, decreased pain medication, and decreased in doctor visits is a daunting task. We look forward to the results. We look forward to more Chiropractic coverage, which will decrease the cost of care overall for those on Medicare, plus the added benefit of a better quality of life for those Chiropractic are able to help.
Today, millions of Medicare patients see chiropractor for their overall increase in quality of life. Pain has a way of dwindling the desire to live, diminish the amount of living a person does, and takes the joy out of living. Just to be pain-free, is a gift that many appreciate. Not to be medicated to feel no pain, but to be pain-free to live life more fully.