I had a request from one of the dentists that we work with to answer some questions about how we work with Biological dentists and what our treatment programs include. It came out really good (I think) and would love you to watch it and let me know.
It could be something you share with someone too about what we do and why we do it.
Have a great week,
Dr. David I Minkoff, M.D.
My Lifeworks Success Story
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My first treatment was 1/24/17 and I started to see a difference by the end of the second treatment.
By 2/26/17, I was noticing big improvements. When I first came in, I had lost hair in a few spots.
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What is Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?
Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is recognized by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as a defined clinical condition. CFS usually manifests as extreme tiredness or fatigue which cannot be remedied with sleep. Symptoms often intensify after physical exertion and a person with CFS is usually very inhibited in the activities they can undertake.
The demographic most often affected by CFS is women between the ages of 30 and 50, but overweight or inactive people are also at increased risk of falling victim to chronic fatigue syndrome. Risks also increase in people who have allergies, depression or who lead very stressful lives, and environmental factors may also play a part.
Diagnosing CFS can be difficult for a physician because reliable testing is limited and the symptoms are very similar to those of other conditions. For this reason, often misdiagnosis can occur and a patient may be told they have Lyme disease, lupus, fibromyalgia, mononucleosis or hypothyroidism. Treatment for chronic fatigue syndrome can only begin when a correct diagnosis is made.
What Causes CFS?
There is no one-known cause of CFS and many researchers believe that there may be a number of factors which contribute to CFS occurring. These may include viruses, hypertension, immune impairment, and hormonal problems.
Another trigger could be stress, which can place a burden on the immune system and the central nervous system, causing inflammation to occur.
Another cause of chronic fatigue syndrome may be viruses, since CFS often develops after a viral infection such as human herpes-6, Epstein-Barr, rubella, Candida albicans and mycoplasma.
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