Do you still have thyroid symptoms? Even though your blood test was normal? Even after your doctor gave you a prescription?
Hypothyroidism is not a one size fits all diagnosis. And while a prescription may work for some people, it produces plenty of failures for others. Most doctors routinely use one test (called TSH) to check for hypothyroidism. Unfortunately there many instances in which this is inadequate for both detection and treatment of hypothyroidism.
,br> Dr. Howard and Dr. Zaeske are board certified chiropractic internists who have been helping patients identify and care for "hidden" thyroid dysfunction (as well as clinical hypothroid disease) for well over a decade.
,br> The underlying cause of poor thyroid function must be addressed. These problems include:
Once we have identified the cause of your thyroid dysfunction, our doctors will employ precise nutritional support and lifestyle strategies necessary to help you live a thyroid-healthy life.
Our 9 year old chihuahua, Ava, was starting to limp and slowing down quite a lot. After having chiropractic adjustments with Dr. Howard, she no longer limps and can take long walks and even runs! Ava has pep in her step and has started playing with her toys again.
- Cathy V., 9-27-14