Pain management for people suffering obesity & obesity related illness
Obesity is becoming a global problem and these issues are increasing even more, certain therapies such as pain management for people who may have had an operation to relieve a weight problem. Also hypno banding is a far easier journey for patients dealing with obesity and this non invasive treatment helps people regulate the amount of food they eat just like a gastric band/balloon but with out surgery or intense pain.
The World Health Organization (WHO) reports that at least 1 billion people worldwide are overweight; and 300 million meet the criteria for obesity.
- By 2030, if current patterns persist, 58% of the world's population is expected to be obese or overweight
- The two main contributing factors to obesity identified at the WHO regional meetings were diet and lack of exercise.
Metabolic syndrome (MetS) is a syndrome that includes the conditions of hypertension, central adiposity, elevated fasting blood glucose, and dyslipidemia with high triglycerides and low high-density lipoprotein cholesterol. People who suffer from a metabolic syndrome cant sustain a suitable weight and put on adipose tissue in these places, though with the use of HCG and a the BSC slimming protocol we can help remove unwanted adipose tissue from those places.
Pain management & chiropractic treatment helping people suffering from obesity
As well as pain management chiropractic treatment can help people who suffer from a weight problem or are receiving rapid weight loss reduction and intern are feeling a different pressure in their spine, chiropractic adjustment is a great benefit to patients in this situation.
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