In this video, Dr. Huntoon answers the question, "Are having symptoms normal?"
Appreciate that in order to have a symptom or pain, your body has to have lost 60 % of its ability to function normally. Is that acceptable to you? To have your body functioning at less than 40 %?
My hope is your answer is NO, and I would like to help you to better health, not simply living a life that is always battling symptoms.
Wouldn't your life be so much better if you didn't have your health concern? What would your family and friends say?
If you are ready to gain control of your health, We are here to support that choice. Simply call the office and tell us your health is a priority for you. We look forward to meeting you.
Many people come to Advanced Alternative Medicine Center because they are in pain. In this first phase of care, the main goal is to reduce your pain or symptoms. Ideally, we would want this to be as short as possible. Each condition is unique, and pain is no exception.
Most people are under the assumption that if they don't feel any pain that there is nothing wrong with them - that they are healthy. Unfortunately, pain is a very poor indicator of health. In fact, pain and other symptoms only appear after a disease or other condition has become advanced.
For example, consider a cavity in your tooth. Does it hurt when it first develops or only after it has become serious? How about heart disease? Regardless of whether you are talking about cancer, heart disease, diabetes, stress or problems with the spine, pain is usually the last thing to appear. When you begin care at Advanced Alternative Medicine Center, pain is also the first symptom to disappear, even though much of the underlying condition remains. Rest assured, we will work with you to relieve your pain and discomfort while continuing on to the second phase of care, Corrective Care.
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Dr. Richard A. Huntoon