Endometriosis Care

Endometriosis is not an uncommon condition, despite the fact that it is difficult to understand, manage, and care for. There is no direct cause and no established cure for the condition and as such, it can be extremely challenging to live with Endometriosis.

Endometriosis arises when the tissue lining the uterus (the endometrium) begins growing abnormally outside the uterus. This tissue can grow over the uterus, on the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and/or tissues that line the reproductive system. Naturally, the endometrium thickens, then detaches and leaves the body during a woman’s period. When the endometrium grows in other parts of the reproductive system, it sheds as it should, but has no exit route like normal endometrium does. As a result, this condition can lead to further conditions like inflammation within the body, scar tissue build-up, tissue adhesions, pain, and infertility.

Care Options for Endometriosis

Because Endometriosis can be such a difficult condition to manage, many women seek an array of care options before finding one that meets their healthcare needs. Holistic healthcare professionals attempt to assist women with Endometriosis so that they can manage their health condition naturally.

Often, traditional medical care can add to the layers of difficulty those with Endometriosis face. Because conventional medicine offers care that involve medication and surgery, it is not ideal for many patients.

However, with holistic healthcare options, women with Endometriosis can take steps to reduce the pain and inflammation they experience without needing potentially dangerous medication. Natural care includes hormone optimization and therapy, as well as nutritional focus that helps prevent inflammation.

There are several care options available for women who do not want to be forced to have surgery or make do with the symptoms of their condition.

Help is available, even when individuals suffering from this condition want to utilize a natural approach to healing.

“I came to Peak Vitality with the hope of taking care of my endometriosis pain and hoping to get pregnant. 6 months later, after working with Dr. Dan and his team, my pain has improved and my husband and I announced we were expecting! I love this place and owe them the world!”

— Annie

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Learn More about Endometriosis Care

If you’re suffering from the complications associated with Endometriosis, you’re probably looking to experience relief. Dr. Dan Kellams DACM and his team at Peak Vitality work with Denver-area patients, as well as with women across the nation to ensure that they’re able to improve their quality of life. Our holistic healthcare office is located in Golden, and we often provide care and care options for residents of Lakewood, Parker, Denver Tech Center, Wash Park, and Highlands Ranch. We also welcome patients from all over the USA, and encourage patients outside the Denver area to reach out to us for help.

Give us a call at 720-504-8068 and one of our friendly staff members will help you schedule an appointment as soon as possible. Peak Vitality aims to provide every patient with the most effective, self-catered holistic care possible.

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