The following is an example of the Protocol for Gout:
1. Chiropractic adjustments, care and diet as recommended by your Chiropractic physician (will discuss on first visit).
2. Optimal 1 Digestion – Take 2 with each meal.
3. Optimal 2 Vitamin/Mineral/Antioxidant – Take 2 in the morning and 2 at night.
4. Optimal Acute – Take 3, three times a day between meals.
5. Optimal Liver / Kidney – Take 2 in the morning and 1 at night.
6. Optimal Chronic – Take 2 in the morning and 1 at night.
7. Optimal Whole B – Take 1 Tbsp. a day.
Now I must say, you need to seek out medical attention from your PCP to ensure there are no other underlying issues that may be causing the pain in your legs. Overall nutrition, proprioceptive training, mobility training and most importantly, the restoration of function to your nervous system can be provided by a Chiropractor. So find the Chiropractor that’s right for you and consult with them regarding the benefits they can provide as well as your concerns. Hope this helps...God Bless!
Yours In Health,
Dr. Kim Maziarz Carlucci, DC
if they are familiar with the condition. Most Chiropractic physicians would treat the symptoms with natural anti-inflammatories, diet modification, and supplementation to reduce uric acid levels. Manipulation of the joint will not be the answer to relieving your symptoms.
Take care and be well.
Dr. Eric Miller
Many times, a condition of non-complicated gout can be addressed through dietary and other life-style changes. Your primary treating health care practitioner should be well versed in helping to guide you to the appropriate treatment and help! Don't give up.
Yes, you should consult with a chiropractor and determine if your condition might respond to chiropractic care. It’s worth a try and it absolutely will not make your condition any worse.
A chiropractor in your area may be able to help with your gout and give you additional nutritional recommendations to reduce flare-ups.
Yours in Health,
Dr. Caitlin Zietz, B.Sc., D.C.
Dr. Aaron Laux, DC
Essentially with Gout, a modification in your diet and a keen awareness of certain triggering foods will typically keep the condition from propagating to a severely symptomatic situation.