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Effective treatment of juvenile arthritis stage I and II without side effects and medications

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JRA in 12year old girl (JRA since 1years old)
-38 Thursday, 13 August 2015 07:53
Sherrie Kennedy
My daughter has JRA, we have used all the medicines none to western medicines. She is treated at The Royal Childrens Hospital and they have run out of ideas, we recently had a servere reaction to a infliximab infusion. Sierra has fluid in her spine, knee, right hip, toes, and jaw that causes great discomfort. Also she has chronic Uveitis that has caused a cataract. We need Help. Currently she takes Naproxen, Arava, Prednisolone and infliximab infusions.
Administrator's reply:
We take on the treatment of the children with JRA
Thursday, 20 August 2015 09:15
Anatoly Solovyev

The medications can temporarily relieve the pain but they don't eliminate the cause of JRA. We'll find out the cause of JRA and it will help your child to recover asap. The sooner the cause of the disease will be found the more quickly it will bring good results.
If your child took any medications violating the immunity, the treatment will require more time. For a more accurate prediction of treatment you should send us a brief medical history, information about the medicines your child took, as well as the photos of the recent test results.
Juvenile arthriris
-39 Tuesday, 17 February 2015 18:12
Elia Plechaty
Dear House of Health, my daughter is 3 years old and has been having knee pain for the last year. Sometimes her arm joint hurts as well. It used to be only at nights but recently her pain is in the mornings too. I did all test and it seems all well. I know it is arthriris. She had lime desease previously which can cause the desease.
I am so sad to see her in pain at nights and she is not growing fast like most kids her age.
I wanted to see if you consult patients here in the United States sometime a year? There are many children here that would benefit from this treatment. Thank you so much.
Administrator's reply:
We could consult patients in the USA
Wednesday, 18 February 2015 18:59
Anatoly Solovyev
Elia, thank you for your comment. We indeed treat arthritis in children without medications. If there is a significant group of patients interested in our treatment in the USA, we will be available for business trips.
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