Conditions - "I Just Donít Feel Good"Patrick Massey MD, PhD ALT-MED Medical and Physical Therapy, Elk Grove Village Il and serving the Chicago area
Dr. Massey excels at treating I just don't feel good.
I just don't feel good. A phrase commonly used by many people. Often the usual medical tests do not reveal any abnormality…yet the patient feels sick. Too often it is dismissed as depression or just growing old. Your physician just does not know.
I just don't feel good. It might be related to the bowels, low thyroid function, adrenal gland stress or even anxiety. The integrative medicine approach of Dr. Massey's often can find the root of the problem and a cure.
I just don't feel good. It may be an undiagnosed illness or a combination of several illnesses, all at a subclinical level, combining to make a patient ill. Subtle changes in lab results may reveal the underlying conditions…even if those lab tests all fall in the normal range. Alternative medicine tests may be needed to ferret out the answers. Sometimes there is not a specific diagnosis…but there is a solution.
I just don't feel good. With all of the stress in today's world, it is easy to feel disconnected and uncomfortable and this can result in a feeling of illness. It is not in your head. There are real reasons for these feelings and real solutions…some conditions may require life style changes, others may need an alternative approach (often more effective than anything in traditional medicine). Energy medicine, acupuncture and specific supplements are good examples.
I just don't feel good. There are answers…there is nothing in this world does not have an antidote…and there are no placebos.
Dr. Massey and the Integrative Medicine approach may have the answers.
Let us help you…call (847) 923-0046 to schedule an appointment with Patrick Massey MD, PhD
Dear Dr. Massey and staff:
You've been instrumental in getting our Beth back on to the playing field. We are so thankful to you and our God for restoring her. We praise God as we see her body moving and jumping as it did before the injury...
- Foster and Edie Rooks
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