Rheumatoid Arthritis

Do you struggle with tender and swollen joints? Do you ever wake up and have morning stiffness that just doesn’t seem to go away? If you can evaluate yourself under one of those symptoms, you may be experiencing symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis. Rheumatoid Arthritis, by definition, is a chronic inflammatory disorder that typically affects the small joints in the hands and feet. Additional symptoms include:

  • Firm bumps of tissue under the skin or your arms
  • Fatigue
  • Fever
  • Weight Loss
  • Inability to relieve yourself of pain

Rheumatoid Arthritis affects the lining of your joints, triggering a swelling that can be very painful, and in severe cases, can result in deformity of the joints and bone erosion.

As with other autoimmune diseases, rheumatoid arthritis is caused by your immune system mistakenly attacking your body’s tissues. If you experience persistent discomfort and swelling in your joints, it’s time to call a Dr. Goodbinder and set an appointment to get examined.

At Epigenetics Healing Center, we approach all clients and cases individually according to the client as a person. The first step is to always identify the symptoms and then breakdown what the likely cause is. The next step is to identify an appropriate program, laboratories and action steps to improve your condition. We will educate you on all aspects of your health, so that you can have some independence in your health. Finally, we develop a personalized solution that will best relieve your pain by getting to the root cause of the issue. Call today, and get on your way to combating your rheumatoid arthritis.

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