With over 25 years of experience in treating patients from an alternative health perspective, Dr. Donna Schwontkowski offers insight into how to use natural methods of healing to significantly improve your health.
Her background includes being a retired chiropractor, a dietitian in charge of nursing home residents’ nutritional needs, a clinical nutritionist, and a Master Herbalist.
When you have rheumatoid arthritis, it’s important to eat well. Here are a few healthy salad recipes for RA to help get you started.
The food we consume has a direct impact on our bodies. Start drinking smoothies for rheumatoid arthritis that are full of great, fresh ingredients.
Does food for rheumatoid arthritis really affect symptoms? Without a doubt! Be sure to include these ingredients in your meal planning.
Its been said that our habits can make or break us; our habits are activities we do constantly, and some things done repeatedly can act as RA triggers.
With a massage for rheumatoid arthritis, you'll notice reduced pain before you even leave the room. Think about these things before you go for a massage.
Rheumatoid arthritis chiropractic treatment is a very safe and natural method of healing. Chiropractic has helped millions of people for over a century.
Could acupuncture and acupressure help with RA pain? Joint destruction occurs with RA progression and playing with acupressure could worsen your condition.
Did you know that people who have rheumatoid arthritis may see their condition completely go into remission when they follow a gluten-free diet?
The inflammation in the joints can be made worse with foods; that’s why you need to keep an anti-inflammatory diet for rheumatoid arthritis.
Alternative health practitioners will always answer yes to this question, primarily because they’ve seen distinct changes in their rheumatoid arthritis patients.