31 Dec Eosinophilic Esophagitis and Severe Allergies Reversed
Eosinophilic Esophagitis, Gastritis and Severe Allergies
Graham is an 8 year old male that presented with medical diagnoses of Eosinophilic Esophagitis, Gastritis and severe allergies. The patient had previously been treated medically with numerous medications including Macrodantin, Prednisone, Amitryptiline, Prevacid, Flovent, Hydrocodone, Concerta, Carafate, Gaviscon, Mirilax, Tums, Hyocosamine, Zantac and Neurontin. His symptoms worsened while on medications. At the Goldberg Clinic, a comprehensive case history, physical examination and functional laboratory work was performed and key underlying factors were identified. Based on the data collected, an individualized program was developed for the patient to follow. The patient is now drug free and his mother reports 99% improvement in her son’s condition. His inflammatory indices (CRP and Sedimentation Rate) have normalized entirely. See before and after blood work below.
CRP and Sedimentation Rate Before
Note the elevation in the Graham’s Sedimentation Rate and CRP (inflammatory markers).
CRP and Sedimentation Rate After
Note the significant reduction in Graham’s inflammatory indices (CRP and Sedimentation Rate) which are now completely normal.