Too many meds?
Many of us are taking one medication to overcome the effects of this medication which leads to the need for another medication and so on and so on… Does this sound like you or someone you know?
Our bodies are not meant to ingest so many chemicals. In fact, our body is constantly working to maintain, or get back to, a state of homeostasis or balance. When we rely on outside, unnatural forces to “heal” us or make us feel better, our body is NOT in its natural state.
So what is the answer?
Chiropractic Care is a wonderful, natural, and safer way to help our body regain some normalcy, balance and better health from the inside out.
Chiropractic Doctors strive to remove the barriers that are keeping the body from being able to heal itself naturally. This is done by pinpointing the area where there is interference, and then through adjustments, remove or lessen that interference.
This is one of the best success stories we’ve received! This patient suffered from a variety of illnesses, had seen countless doctors, and was on a lot of medication.
Then she came to Besso Clinic…
“When I first saw Dr. Geoff Besso, the all over body pain and aches from Fibromyalgia were so severe I was taking pain meds & ibuprofen every two hours 24/7. The brain fog was so bad that my short term memory was impaired to the point of quoting my phone number and address incorrectly for three weeks before I realized it. I had no energy and was sleeping off and on all day long. The osteoarthritis was so painful I couldn’t write or sew and had difficulty even holding a book. (It affected all my joints and back) I had asthma, heart palpitations, acid reflux and LPR.
I’ve been suffering for 25 to 30 years. In 2006 I had quit my job due to the pain and short term memory loss affecting my productivity. In 2007 I was determined fully disabled. My family doctor treated my symptoms for over 20 years with heart medications, heart catheritization, stress tests, medications for acid reflux, inhalers, and increasing Aleve to four tabs every four hours instead of four a day. My family doctor didn’t believe in Fibromyalgia and thought the pain was all in my head. The pain was so severe in my knee that I went to an orthopedic doctor needing a total knee replacement due to arthritis. I saw a Rheumatologist for the pain and he diagnosed me with osteoarthritis and fibromyalgia. He prescribed pain meds, Lyrica, ibuprofen and sleeping pills.
When I first saw Dr. Besso, I was a little skeptical that the treatment he laid out for me was going to be a cure all, so to speak, for all I was going through. But within three visits my pain level was lessening. After six weeks the pain was so much less that I could go eight hours without pain meds. Now at twelve weeks my discomfort for Fibromyalgia and Osteoarthritis is being handled. The pain in my hands have diminished so I can write and sew for several hours a day and not hurt during or afterward either. The brain fog has cleared. The pain in my shoulders is gone so I can now sleep on my sides which I couldn’t do for 20 years. My hot flashes have subsided. I have more energy and not falling asleep every two hours.
The staff is so kind and treats everyone like family. Dr. Besso has made a believer out of me. I’m spreading the word. The changes I’ve experienced are amazing!!!”
-Fay E. Tallmadge, OH
Wow. Amazing is right! And we are so glad to have been given the opportunity to help her!
If you know someone who needs help like this, please contact us today for a consultation. 330.689.1234.
We are so proud to say we are participating with the Stow-Munroe-Falls Rotary Club for their annual Hero’s Day.
Saturday, May 17, 2014 8:30 AM – 1 PM.
We will have the great opportunity to serve local heroes like Veterans, former Police officers, Firefighters, and their surviving spouses.
Our Team will be assigned a home in our area and we will work for just a couple hours on making their home a little more beautiful for them to enjoy.
So who’s with us? We need YOU to make our Team great!
Please call 330.689.1234 to sign up,
or let us know at the Front Desk.