How Chiropractors Use It to Measure & Monitor Inflammation
If there’s one condition chiropractors want to master, it’s inflammation. Most chiropractors know that inflammation is the driving force behind muscle and joint pain, so if they can control it, they can get better outcomes. They also know the adage, “you can’t control what you can’t measure.” Prior to the EndFlame patient-administered, at-home, finger-stick blood test, there was no simple and inexpensive way to objectively measure inflammation.
Harvard researchers recently discovered a genetic hormone-like molecule in the blood that’s responsible for stopping inflammation, but since it doesn’t circulate in the blood, it’s impossible to measure using regular blood tests.
Since the molecule is made from EPA and DHA, the researchers found by testing those fatty acids, they could get a very accurate correlation if a patient has the potential to make the molecule on demand when inflammation occurs.
Chiropractors all over the country are now using EndFlame to measure and monitor inflammation to support their routine course of care.
In order to help busy doctors explain and educate patients on the benefits of the EndFlame test, I made a short 5-minute patient video that healthcare practitioners everywhere are showing on their computer as part of their consultation.
Click on the video below to see how easy it is to educate patients on the need for the EndFlame Omega-3 fatty acid blood test that is supported in science with more than 200 studies and over 100 peer-reviewed journals.
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