The management of chronic pain syndrome

Chronic pain syndrome is mainly managed by first optimizing the body’s innate wound healing repair system and immunity system. To achieve this goal one has to mainly create a hemodynamically balanced system by focusing on function and not laboratory ranges. The balance is manifested by listening to the patient clearly delineate their symptoms and then try to figure out the source of the problem and eliminate it. The systems to focus on initially are thyroid/parathyroid, circulatory/hemoglobin, GI/microbiome-microbiota, micronutrient/Vit D-Vit B complex and the trace minerals such as zinc/copper/selenium.

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