For the Patient and Practitioner:

From My Experience: Average Healing Time Frames Reported
Dr. Ronald P. Drucker

Due to the fact that all of the following conditions are Autoimmune driven and/or related:

Method: Through the use of concentrated immune modulating components to restore proper immune balance and function, thereby eliminating the autoimmune attack.

Patient and Practitioner: What to Generally Expect with Various Conditions: This average healing time frame outline can provide you with a good general feel for what to expect with various common autoimmune conditions. These averages reported are based on thousands of cases which I have been both directly and indirectly involved with over the last 20 years.

Practitioner: Given the fact that autoimmunity is the damaging driving force behind these conditions, you will generally find that a 30 to 60% improvement is usually attained in the first 3 to 6 months due to the elimination of the autoimmune attack. Many conditions largely involving inflammation and minimal tissue damage will have attained 70 to 100% at that juncture.

From My Experience:

Users (or parents of) ADD/ADHD report 50 % improvement in an average healing time frame of 6 months; condition will usually continue to improve with elimination of food and/or environmental allergies/toxins and/or normalization of home environment/counselling, etc.

Users with Acid Reflux (GERD) report an average healing time frame of 3 months to 100%.

Users with Alopecia (all types except male pattern baldness) report an average healing time of 12 months. Dormant hair follicles are reported to respond in widely varying time frames. Dead hair follicles as experienced with male pattern baldness, and to slight degrees with the other types of alopecia, will not be restored.

Users with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (Lou Gehrig’s Disease) report widely varying healing time frames (dependent upon severity and degree of nerve damage) ranging from 40% to 70% improvement within 1 year. Improvements may continue slowly beyond 12 months.

Users with Arthritis (All types except Rheumatoid) report an average healing time of 8 months.

Users with Asthma report an average healing time frame of 10 months.

Users with Autoimmune Hepatitis report an average healing time frame of 12 months to a 75% recovery. Improvements may continue slowly beyond 12 months.

Users with Barrett’s report an average healing time frame of 8 months. Varying levels of scar tissue may remain.

Users with Bursitis report an average healing time frame of 8 months.

Users with Bullous Pemphigoid report an average healing time frame of 8 months.

Users with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and/or Fibromyalgia report an average healing time of 8 months.

Users with Celiac Disease report an average healing time frame of 10 months.

Users with Colitis (all types) report an average healing time frame of 5 months.

Users with Crohn’s Disease report an average healing time frame of 5 months.

Users with Cystitis report an average healing time frame of 8 months.

Users with Dermatitis, Eczema, and Psoriasis report an average healing time frame of 8 months.

Users with Diabetes Type II report an average healing time of up to 12 months with a 70-100% improvement in blood sugar level

Users with Diabetes Type I report an average healing time frame of 2 years with a 50-100% improvement in blood sugar levels. Varying levels of tissue damage may remain.

Users with Diverticulitis report an average healing time frame of 5 months.

Users with Diverticulosis report an average healing time of 3 months. Pouch formation halts and the existing diverticulum pouches de-inflame and subsequently, strengthen but remain.

Users with Fibromyalgia report an average healing time frame of 8 months.

Users with Gastritis report an average healing time of 5 months.

Users with General Digestive Dysfunction report an average healing time frame of 3 months.

Users with GERD (Gastro Esophageal Reflux Disease) report an average healing time of 3 months.

Users with Gout report an average healing time of 8 months.

Users with Grave’s Disease report an average healing time of 8 months.

Users with Hashimoto's report an average healing time frame of 8 months.

Users with Hepatitis report an average healing time of 12 months.

Users with Hiatal Hernia report an average healing time of 6 months for symptoms to subside. Varying levels of tissue damage may remain. The use of chiropractic adjustment to re-position the hernia back into the middle body cavity may be advisable after inflammation has subsided.

Users with High Blood Pressure (Hypertension) report and average healing time frame of 8 months for blood pressure to normalize without the continued use of medications. Users report progressively weaning from blood pressure medications until no longer needed.

Users with High Blood Cholesterol (LDL) report and average healing time frame of 8 months for cholesterol levels to normalize without the continued use of medications. Users report progressively weaning from cholesterol medications until no longer needed.

Users with Interstitial Cystitis report an average healing time of 8 months.

Users with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) report an average healing time of 4 months.

Users with Leaky-Gut report an average healing time frame of 4 months.

Users with Lupus report an average healing time of 5 months.

Users with Lyme Disease report widely varying healing time frames ranging from 4 months to 24 months with recovery levels ranging from 50% to 100%.

Users with Multiple Sclerosis report widely varying healing time frames (dependent upon severity and degree of nerve damage) ranging from 50% to 80% improvement within 1 year. Improvements may continue to improve slowly beyond 12 months.

Users with Myasthenia Gravis report an average healing time frame of 8 months.

Users with Nephritis with 50% loss of kidney function report an average healing time frame of 8 months to 80%. With an 80% loss of kidney function; 12 months to 80% improvement.

Users with Osteoporosis report a cessation of bone loss or density in an average of 6 months, and increases in density in an average of 24 months.

Users with Pernicious Anemia report an average healing time frame of 8 months.

Users with Proctitis report an average healing time of 5 months.

Users with Psoriasis report an average healing time frame of 8 months.

Users with Raynaud’s Phenomenon report an average healing time of 8 months. Improvements ranging from significant to full recovery in average healing time frames of 8 months.

Users with Rheumatoid Arthritis report widely varying healing time frames (dependent upon severity and degree of joint damage) ranging from 30% to 90% improvement within 1 year. Improvements may continue slowly beyond 12 months. Varying levels of tissue damage may remain.

Users with Rosacea report an average healing time frame of 6 months.

Users with Sarcoidosis report an average healing time of 12 months. Varying levels of tissue damage may remain.

Users with Scleroderma report a cessation in the hardening affect in an average time frame of 6 months. Softening is reported to be a very long process and varying levels of tissue damage will remain.

Users with Sjogren’s Syndrome, report an average healing time of 8 months.

Users with Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s Disease report an average healing time frame of 5 months.

Users with Vasculitis report an average healing time of 6 months.

Users with Vitiligo report an average healing time frame of 4 months for cessation of the spreading. Progressive improvements in pigment levels are reported as the months progress, provided small intervals of sun exposure are obtained. No one to date has reported the return of pigment in excess of a 70% degree in the effected areas.

Users with Yeast Overgrowth, leaky gut and food intolerances report an average healing time frame of 5 months.

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