Kidney Infection Relief
A kidney infection is a specific type of urinary tract infection that usually starts in your bladder and travels up the urinary tract into your kidneys. Many people battle with chronic or recurring kidney infections for large portions of their lives. They take antibiotics and other prescription medications, but do not find long-term relief.
Constantly dealing with a kidney infection can alter your daily life and prevent you from doing the things you want to do. Fortunately, there are alternatives that may provide you with the answers you have been searching so hard to find.
At Baker Chiropractic and Wellness, we have been helping people find long-term relief from kidney infections for over 20 years. Our approach to a kidney infection does not involve prescribing antibiotics or medications. Rather, we utilize our safe, proven and effective chiropractic care along with specific nutrition guidance.
Please contact us by calling (513) 561-2273 or scheduling an appointment here on our website. We may be able to help you or your loved one.
Causes of a Kidney Infection and What Increases Your Risk
A kidney infection is typically caused by a decreased flow of urine through the urinary tract. The decrease in urine flow is commonly the result of an overgrowth of bacteria in the urinary tract that impedes the normal flow and creates an environment that allows infection to set in.
There are certain factors that increase your risk for a kidney infection. These include the following:
(1.) Gender – Women are more prone to kidney infections than men.
(2). Weakened Immune System – If your body’s immune system is not operating at 100%, you increase your risk of a kidney infection.
(3). Nerve Impairment – Nerves that are pinched or damaged may prevent your bladder, urinary tract and/or kidneys from working properly which can lead to a kidney infection.
(4). Obstruction – Anything that reduces the normal flow of urine through the urinary tract and bladder such as kidney a stone increases the risk of a kidney infection.
Our Approach To Kidney Infections
Our chiropractic care focuses on the health of the central nervous system. Doctors of chiropractic are specifically educated and trained to identify and treat problems with the nerves of the human body. When your central nervous system is healthy, all systems of the body are working properly.
A condition called a subluxation can impair or damage nerves that control your kidneys, urinary tract and bladder. We are able to precisely identify and remove a subluxation or series of subluxations which restores the health of your nerves and the normal function of your kidneys, urinary tract and bladder.
A subluxation-free and optimized nervous system also optimizes the health and effectiveness of your body’s powerful immune system. A maximized immune system helps prevent and fight all types of infections.
In addition to the above, we provide patients with essential guidance on nutrition which is another important part of addressing a kidney infection.
The best feature about our chiropractic care is that it does not use antiobiotics, over-the-counter medications or expensive prescription drugs. It is safe and most of all, effective.
Protocol for Kidney Infections
We address kidney infections by using chiropractic adjustments to remove subluxations and optimize the body’s central nervous system. In addition, we provide patients with a specific protocol to follow which includes specific nutrition guidance and the use of nutritional supplements.
The following is an example of the Protocol for kidney infections:
(1). Chiropractic adjustments and care as recommended by Baker Chiropractic physician.
(2). Optimal 1 Digestion: Take 2 with each meal.
(3). Optimal 2 Vitamin / Mineral /Antioxidant: Take 1 in the morning and 2 at night.
(5). Optimal Liver / Kidney: Take 2 in the morning and 2 at night.
(6). Optimal Flora: Take 2 in the morning and 2 at night.
(7). Optimal Defense: Take 3 in the morning, 3 at noon and 3 at night.
Schedule an Appointment
If you suffer from kidney infections, Please contact us by calling (513) 561-2273 or schedule an appointment here on our website.