Our patient, Joe, came in recently with acute bi-lateral hip pain and was greatly restricted in his mobility. Dr. Wayne treated his structure first, putting his femur heads back in place on both sides, using the activator. Then he stabilized him with a round of needle acupuncture. The adjustment held for 12 hours but then the patient was back where he started…stiff, limping and in pain.
Digestion Problems Suspected
Dr. Wayne adjusted him again but looked deeper and referred to his training in Applied Kinesiology about the correlation between the tensor fascia latae muscle that runs down the leg and digestion problems. He then asked Joe to stick his tongue out at him! Sure enough, this functional test revealed a severely coated tongue. This confirmed Dr. Wayne’s suspicion that there was a fungal overgrowth in his large intestine.
It was time to have a heart-to-heart with Joe. An anti-inflammatory diet was necessary. Also, a therapeutic dose of probiotics was prescribed along with a product to kill candida (fungus) overgrowth and a supplement to heal the gut from its intestinal hyperpermeability. Upon further investigation, the patient revealed that he had been taking a steady dose of omeoprazole for several years to combat acid reflux.
Three weeks later…
Joe called in and said his hip pain was 80% improved. He had been eating an anti-inflammatory diet with no grains, no sugar and no bad fats. He also reported he has been clocking 1 mile, 3 times/week on his treadmill and was down 10 pounds. His energy had improved dramatically and his stomach did not have its usual discomfort. He has also reduced his acid reflux medicine to just 1/2 a tablet.