supplement therapy

supplement therapy

The use of vitamin and mineral supplements to prevent disease. According to many alternative healthcare providers, such supplements improve survival or outcome of patients with AIDS, allergies, Alzheimer’s disease, arthritis, autism, cancer (bladder, breast, cervical, colon, lung, oral), cardiovascular disease, common cold, depression, fibromyalgia, hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, infertility, memory loss, migraines, osteoporosis, retinitis pigmentosa, tinnitus and many other conditions.
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The core treatment paradigm involves medical evaluation, nutrition and wellness guidance, as well as hormone and supplement therapy.
Efficacy of Hypnotherapy as a Supplement Therapy in Cancer Intervention.
An understanding of the challenges of supplement therapy, as related to current regulations, can help the healthcare practitioner guide patients to an overall therapy in which the risks and benefits of supplement use are taken into consideration and balanced with the treatment goals.
Treatment with iron may be especially beneficial in those patients in whom iron deficiency may be causative, and iron supplement therapy may represent a potential cure for RLS.
The core treatment paradigm involves medical evaluation, nutrition and wellness guidance as well as hormone and supplement therapy.
This is exciting data in managing the disease in combination with high dose anti-oxidant supplement therapy," commented David Wong, MD, a leading Canadian authority on AMD.
The core treatment paradigm involves medical evaluation, hormone and supplement therapy and nutrition and wellness guidance.
The study will enroll AMD sufferers and evaluate the treatment of using a supplement therapy DROP, instead of a pill or capsule.
Macular Health is one of the industry leaders in supplement therapy to slow the effects of AMD.
The only Rx product of its kind, Animi-3(TM) is already being widely prescribed by physicians as supplement therapy in rheumatoid arthritis (RA), cardiovascular disease, and depression.
According to PharmTrends(R) syndicated tracking data, the percentage of doctors recommending an OTC drug to remedy, prevent or supplement therapy has increased from 47% in 1997, to 54% in 2002.