Thyroid Disorders

Recent Case Studies

Improvements in each case resulted from addressing causal factors and employing health promoting nutritional and hygienic steps not through the treatment of any medical condition. Every patient is different and results may vary from patient to patient.

Recommended Article: “The Tragedy of Thyroid Hormone Replacement: Sacrificing women’s glandular vitality”

 

Causes Identified. Causes AddressedHealth Restored.

Case #1: Grave’s Disease, Autoimmune Hyperthyroidism

Isabella was diagnosed by a Medical Endocrinologist with Grave’s Disease (Autoimmune Hyperthyroidism). Her blood work showed a very low TSH level and high T3 and T4 (see before/after lab work). Her Endocrinologist prescribed Methimazole and recommended surgery or radioactive iodine followed by Thyroid replacement therapy (Synthroid). Isabella is now drug free and in excellent health. She did not have surgery and did not receive radioactive iodine. Her Thyroid function is normal.

Case #2: Hypothyroid

Caitlin was diagnosed with Hypothyroidism based on blood work that showed a very high TSH level and a low T4 level (see lab work). Her Endocrinologist prescribed Synthroid but Caitlin declined to take it. She instead sought assistance at our clinic to seek out and address the causes of her problem as opposed to taking drugs. After four months of care at the Goldberg Tener Clinic, Caitlin’s Thyroid Lab work is normal. Click here to see before/after labsShe is drug free.

Case #3: Thyroid Disorder, Chronic Fatigue, Migraine Headaches, Depression

Laura presented with Hypothyroidism, Chronic Fatigue, Migraine Headaches and Depression. Her Endocrinologist prescribed Synthroid. (see our article regarding the dangers of Synthroid and other thyroid replacements). She was also prescribed Celexa, Norytriptyline and Imitrex to treat Migraine Headaches. Laura’s Thyroid Lab work is now normal and she is drug free. Click here to see before/after labs.

Case #4: Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, Hypothyroid, Severe Fatigue

Jennifer presented with Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, Hypothyroidism and extreme fatigue. Her Endocrinologist prescribed Synthroid to treat her condition. (see Dr. Goldberg’s article regarding the dangers of Synthroid and other thyroid replacements).

Jennifer is now off Synthroid and reports “feeling better than she has every felt in her life.”

Case #5: Hypothyroid, Type I Diabetes, Hypertension, Overweight, IBS, Drug Induces Liver Injury

At Bonnie’s initial visit, she was taking a dozen prescription drugs. She is now drug free including being off Insulin and Synthroid which she had been told by her Medical Doctors she would need for life. She lost over 70 pounds and her blood pressure is normal (off drugs). Click here to see Bonny’s before/after lab work.