Chronic Pain Syndrome Symptoms and CausesBy Alane Archer, ND, CNC and Michelle Tuffs
www.NutritionallyYoursTestKits.com

Dealing with Chronic Pain Syndrome Symptoms and Causes may interrupt your work, your daily life, recreation, and time with your family. Chronic Pain Syndrome Symptoms and Causes may keep you from normal daily activities which may decrease your overall strength. Chronic pain that persists over a period of six months or longer can start to become weary and even depressing to most.

Chronic pain symptoms can be caused by previous injuries to your body, autoimmune disease, Lyme, poor circulation, headaches, toxins, migraines, inflammation, food reactions, insomnia caused by guilt associated with time not spent with family and friends. Chronic pain along with resultant issues which create more pain is what we call Chronic Pain Syndrome.

Here are some testing options to get to the root cause of the chronic pain symptoms:
1. Consider an Igg / IgE food test to learn the possible food triggers for the pain
2. Consider a 1-hour ZOOM or phone appointment with our clinic to help you get to the root cause and then guide you on the best path for health and healing.
3. Make sure there are no toxic metals. (consider the toxic elements hair analysis test kit)
4. If you are Lyme concerned, we are a Lyme Literate clinic and can help you. We also offer the best test for Lyme

Whether you are suffering from fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, Lyme, Lupus, connective tissue disease, pain from an unknown source………….we can help! Chronic pain happens but you do not have to let it take over your life. Figure out the right path for healing and start feeling better. Live your life to the fullest again!

Each test result comes with a personalized protocol for YOU!

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