Cancer: Natural Support Options

Lake Norman Integrative Wellness& Wellness: Natural Support Options For Cancer What I want to share with you all is just a little about how my office is able to help those suffering from cancer. My desire to help the cancer patient is not taken lightly. This path carries with it a heavy heart at times, but the potential to do great good for our patients. The goal in Integrative Cancer Support is to take a life threatening illness and turn it into a chronic manageable condition. This goal can be achieved with a unique approach to care and I plan to spend the next few months, both in my BLOG and in these monthly newsletters, talking about the specifics in our approach to cancer and a lot of the background behind why we even need an alternative or integrative approach to supporting cancer patients. Keep in mind, I may be board certified in Integrative Medicine, board eligible as a Clinical Nutritionist, a Certified Gluten Specialist, and of course a Chiropractic Physician, but I am NOT an Oncologist. Only an oncologist can diagnose or treat cancer. I do not diagnose cancer. My role as a doctor is to try to figure out what is really wrong. The biggest question for the cancer patient to actually not how to treat it but WHY did the cancer start growing in their body. By answering this question, we can truly help the patient long-term by addressing underlying causes of their pathology and not just treating the symptoms (the tumor) through traditional oncology.  

Through our unique approach to managing autoimmune conditions, reducing the impact of immune attacks on the body and through integrative and alternative therapies such as RIFE treatment and Oxygen therapy, it allows my office to improve the cancer patient’s health and quite possibly give them a real fighting chance to live with their condition and not have a death sentence.Alternative treatment does NOT kill cancer; only your body can do that. From an integrative perspective, my goal is to correct the environment that allowed the disease. Keep in mind that chemotherapy and radiation treatments may be the best option, however if not coupled with correction of this underlying cancer cause, it doesn’t take an oncologist to figure out that the cancer has a pretty good chance of re-appearing. Please join me in December as I host my first of many FREE Cancer Workshop and ask to speak with me to talk about how we can specifically help your situation or the situation of your loved one.