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Here at Christian Health Services, we provide a wide range of services. We take pride in providing you the best possible  solutions to your specific needs. Below is some of our specialities and normal services you can get anytime you need them.


We Specialize In:

  • Physical Therapy

  • Industrial Work Injuries

  • Automobile Accidents

  • Sports Injury Rehabilitation

  • X-Rays

  • Acupuncture / Botanical Medicine

  • Weight Loss

  • Nutrition

  • Vitamin Mineral Supplements



Other Conditions We Treat:

  • Bronchitis, Asthma

  • High Blood Pressure

  • Acid Reflux

  • Ulcers/Colitis

  • Stress/Fatigue

  • Menstrual Irregularity

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis, Gout

  • Degenerative Join Disease

  • Migraine Headaches

  • Fibromyalgia 




Here is some information on specific treatments we offer:



A systematic chronic syndrome charact
erized by non-specific inflammation of the peripheral joints and related structures. Gripping deformities are the end result. The cause is unknown.





























Common forms of asthma due to hypersensitivity to allergan. Characterized by recurrent paroxysma of dyspnes of a wheezing type due to obstruction of the flow of air in the smaller bronchi and bronchloles.














Obviously an effort must be made to eliminate any allergen that can be demonstrated to be causative, or contributing factor. Poor nutrition, a general debilitated state, and a phychogenic background are commonly observed, especially in children. The older the patient, generally the more intractable the condition. A diet designed to reduce, or eliminate, the hypoglycemia so often seen, is mandatory. Milk, eggs, wheat, citrus fruits and white potatoes are most common food allergens. Oragnic brown rice is one of the finest foods to be recommended in these cases as very few people are allergic to rice and rice could be the basis of the diet. 


A metabolic disease presenting an acute inflammatory arthritis of the peripheral joints, most often beginning in the big toe, bones of the feet or knee, but often spreading to other joints of the body. It often becomes chronic, producing deformity and affecting mostly mature males.


PHYSIOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONSA hyprochromic, normocrytic anemia is found in most of these cases with a corresponding very low hemoglobin. A superimposed iron deficiency is also common. The white cell count may be elevated and there is frequently an enlargement of the spleen.


Proper nutrition is essential. The diet should be limited to fresh, raw, and naturally grown fruit and vegetables,  eliminating all citrus fruits and those high in carbohydrates such as dates, figs, honey, etc. Organic brown rice, potatoes and bananas are particularly beneficial in these cases. Fresh fish or fowl for protein are acceptable, but the red meats should be eliminated in the early stages of treatment, but may be gradually reintroduced as the improvement is noted. There is an obvious endocrine disturbance in these cases, especially in women in whom the disease is more prevalent, with the most of the most certainly this is a stress disease which alters the adrenal function of producing cortisone and other adrenal hormones.


There is a spasm of the bronchial apparatus with swelling and the production of mucous that tends to clog the airways. The presence of adventitious sounds all over the throax is noted even with the most casual examination. In general, there is a metabolic disturbance with poor protein assimilation and there is most frequently a condition of hypoglycemia in all these cases. The approach as outlined under “HYPOGLYCEMIA” should be considered in asthma conditions.

The build-up of the excessive uric acid with deposition or urates of sodium in and around the joints and tendon, is the result of a failure of the body to convert uric acid into ures and ammonia which is excreted property in he urine. Gouty tophi may form in the ear lobes and other cartilage's.


Much discussion has taken place regarding the place of diet in treating gout. Trying to reduce purine-producing foods in the diet, as restrict meat, isn’t the answer because purines which form into uric acid in the body occur in vegetable as well as animal food.


Raw leafy vegetables, raw vegetable juices, beans and potatoes in particular,a re high in potassium which is protection against gout. Organic minerals are a source of potassium. Wheat products may have an effect upon the gouty person should be eliminated from the diet during acute attacks, although Vitamin E is essential to protect the nucleus of cells from the uric acid is formed. Sodium in any form must be eliminated from the diet. Strangely enough, cherries in any form, fresh or canned, or whole juice, have a beneficial effect on gout patients and other juices, both fruit and vegetable, particularly orange juice, help to keep the uric acid crystals in solution and acid in their excretion from the body.

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