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Conditions Treated

Pam is able to effectively diagnose and treat a wide range of illnesses and health problems.  Note: A number of these conditions may have been tested for, yet are undetected using western medicine testing techniques.  Perhaps the most common example of this is Lyme.  In other words, many people have Lyme who have tested negative for it using western medicine lab tests currently available.

Pam's treatments include but are not  limited to these conditions:

Allergies (All forms in addition to food and environment/mild to severe reactions including anaphylactic)
Asthma
Brain chemistry imbalance (Certain parts of the brain can be over or under active). Note: It's often the source of ADD, ADHD, anxiety, depression, anger and OCD behavior.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Digestive problems (including Acid Reflux, Crohn's, Colitis, and IBS)
Emotional problems
Energy issues
Fibromyalgia
Heavy metal toxicity
Hormonal dysfunction
Hot flashes (plus irregular periods/cycles)
Infections (including viral, bacterial, parasite and yeast)
Inflammation
Learning disorders
Lyme Disease

Note:   In a Huffington Post article, The Hidden Epidemic of Lyme Disease, the CDC is quoted as now recognizing that there are more than 300,000 new cases of Lyme Disease reported every year.  Some experts believe the actual number of new cases per year could be as high as 1 to 2 million in the US alone.  And those numbers don't appear to include the co-infections that so often occur: Lyme Disease Challenge Facts

Lyme Coinfections
    1. Anaplasmosis
    2. Babesia
    3. Bartonella
    4. Ehrlichiosis
Mycoplasma (another tick born disease)
Muscular skeletal issues
Nutritional deficiencies (including vitamin, mineral, gut flora)
Organ and Chakra weakness
Respiratory challenges
Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever  (another tick born disease)                                                
Tularemia  (another tick born disease)  
Vaccine reactions
Viral illness               





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