Just Because You Can’t See Them Doesn’t Mean They Aren’t There
Dr. Rochelle Bien & Dr. Michael Goldstein
Parasites live on or in other organisms and thrive to the detriment of their host. Many different parasites can affect humans, and they can pass on diseases such as Giardia, Lyme and Trichomoniasis. Ensuring that food is fully cooked, using insect repellent and following good hygiene practices can reduce the risk of getting parasites. More and more people have been getting infected from fruit, meat, fish and unwashed lettuce. Travel abroad can also contribute to acquiring other parasites including amoeba from drinking the water. Common symptoms of intestinal parasites include abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, gas, bloating and bloody stools.
Stacey H entered our office complaining of the symptoms above. Her symptoms were so bad she was afraid to leave her home for fear that she would have an accident if a bathroom was not nearby. Prior to coming to The Holistic Center at Bristol Square she had an endoscopy and colonoscopy and was diagnosed with IBS. She was prescribed prednisone as well as other meds for IBS which did not improve her symptoms.
Examination revealed that Stacey was suffering from parasites, bacteria and Candida in her intestinal tract. She was prescribed a treatment plan including a restricted diet, NIS (Neurological Integration Systems) sessions and supplements to detoxify and heal her gut. Today Stacy can confidently leave her home without fear of having an accident and is enjoying her life pain free.
If you are experiencing similar symptoms and want to make a change in your health, call THE HOLISTICE CENTER AT BRISTOL SQUARE (508-660-2722) and schedule and appointment today. We are located at 1426 Main Street, Walpole.
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