South Burlington, VT (PRWEB) July 10, 2014
The numbers don’t lie. Thyroid conditions are common, but many people are undiagnosed, misdiagnosed or even untreated. According to the National Women's Health Information Center, approximately one in 20 Americans have a thyroid problem and don’t even know about it.
In looking at the prevalence of thyroid conditions in our country, more than 20 million individuals are affected and one in eight women are likely to develop a thyroid condition in their lifetime.
For those who have been diagnosed with a thyroid disorder, treating the condition is often frustrating with common symptoms ranging from fatigue to weight gain, hair loss, anxiety, low libido and depression. Many sufferers are at a loss when the medication doesn’t work, the TDH lab test shows normal and they still feel awful.
South Burlington chiropractic neurologist Dr. Aubry Tager will deliver a workshop on thyroid recovery on July 16 at 7 PM at the Get Healthy Vermont medical clinic, 368 Dorset Street Suite 3, South Burlington, Vermont, 05403 across from Green Mountain Suites.
About the Workshop
Topics covered will include the patterns to thyroid problems, the role of blood sugar, adrenal glands and gut in achieving thyroid health, the controversy about common iodine supplements and the link to auto-immune conditions.
Seating is limited. Call now 1-802-230-4678. For more information on thyroid and other metabolic and neurological conditions visit http://www.gethealthyvermont.com.
About Get Healthy Vermont
Get Healthy Vermont is a Chiropractic Medicine clinic that specializes in brain-based therapy and uses both neurological and metabolic testing to assess and then develop individualized strategies for health conditions including fibromyalgia, chronic back pain, sciatica, dizziness, migraines, peripheral neuropathy as well as excessive weight gain to name a few. Dr. Tager is a Chiropractic Physician and Board-Eligible Chiropractic Neurologist who has been in practice for thirteen years. Get Healthy Vermont is located at 368 Dorset Street, Suite 3, in South Burlington. For more information visit http://www.gethealthyvermont.com.
Next up: Get Healthy Vermont will host a seminar on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism and dyslexia on August 13, 2014. ADHD is the most common learning and behavioral disorder in children and it affects one in every 15 youngsters. What do you do if your child is having difficulty at school, at home or with his/her peers? Is your first reaction to medicate your child? Have you been given a cause for this difficulty? If you have a child who is suffering – it’s likely that you are suffering along with him or her. There are options to explore and non-drug treatments that may be able to help, including neurofeedback. You won’t want to miss this informative presentation.
For more information or to schedule an interview with Dr. Aubry Tager:
1-866-337-3362 ext. 24