End Arthritis Pain
  The Resolution of Arthritis and Joint Pain is Possible and Available Now

"Today we Change the Practice of Medicine!" Dr. M. Oz, MD

Effective Pain Management is available now - without pain medication, surgery or the need for dangerous OTC drugs


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Prelude: Back in the 1700's it was Voltaire who said, "Doctors are men who prescribe medicines of which they know little, to cure diseases of which they know less, in human beings of whom they know nothing."

Osteoarthritis, Arthrosis and Rheumatism


The term arthritis ("arthro" meaning joint, "itis" meaning inflammation) is used to refer to more than 100 related conditions. Arthritis can strike anyone at anytime, regardless of age, physical conditon or ethnic background, often with devastiating and debilitating effects.

 Arthritis brings with it a burden of pain and disability that those living with this disease have been facing every day yet, a new understanding of the physiology or underlying causal factors reveals that it is not neccesary to endure this chronic debilitating situation any longer..

Note:  No currently available FDA-approved drugs can reverse osteoarthritic changes to bones and joints. Current research is focused on developing new ways of improving the body's natural repair mechanisms and ways to prevent and reverse cartilage breakdown.  See "Electrical Medicine Association" at www.onnowtv.com/4.

Reversing the Disease Process to Cure Arthritis

Not just managing a condition 

Looking Ahead
Between 1990 and 2010 the numbers of people disabled due to osteoarthritis increased by 16%. The trend is expected to continue, as osteoarthritis is more common in older people and those who are obese, and the number of people in these groups is rising. Estimates for knee osteoarthritis illustrate the scale of this future challenge. Given the expected increases in obesity, and the growth and ageing of the population, by 2035 as many as 8.3 million people in the UK could have knee osteoarthritis alone.

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What Is Being Done

Because the main goal of arthritis treatment is to reduce the amount of pain you're experiencing and prevent any additional damage to the joints, pain management becomes the over riding approach.  Much work has to be done to change the "corporate statement" that the foundations have adopted as it has become outdated and does not work.  We can no longer afford to "manage" pain and have an over riding objective that states "let people degenerate in peace". We have to and can do better than this.

Medications that are presently the standard include:

Medications that control pain, like hydrocodone (Vicodin) or acetaminophen (Tylenol), are effective for pain, but don't help decrease inflammation  A very common problem with joint disease is chronic pain. Many patients with arthritis become dependent on narcotics for their pain management. Unfortunately, narcotics can also be immunosuppressive and may in the long run be more harmful to the individual, besides the risk of addiction.

At a Glance:

  • Research shows the more frequent the use of acetaminophen during pregnancy, the higher your child’s chances of being diagnosed with ADHD-related problems
  • Acetaminophen use during pregnancy was linked to a 30 percent increased risk for ADHD in the child, and a 37 percent increased risk of hyperkinetic disorder (HKD), a severe form of ADHD
  • Acetaminophen overdose is the leading cause for calls to Poison Control Centers across the US, and is responsible for an estimated 458 deaths due to acute liver failure each year
  • Acetaminophen has also been linked to kidney dysfunction when taken with alcohol, potentially lethal skin reactions, blood cancers, and reduced antibody response when administered as prophylactic with vaccination



Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) help control both pain and inflammation temporarily as long as you are taking the medication. Degeneration usually continues and these medications have been linked to a higher risk of stroke or heart attack. If you take an oral form of NSAIDs, they can upset your stomach and could become a causal factor in serious bowel, liver disease that kills thousands every year.

Note: In the United States today, prescription painkillers kill more Americans  than heroin and cocaine combined.   According to the CDC,  approximately three quarters of a million people a year are rushed to emergency rooms in the United States because of adverse reactions to pharmaceutical drugs


Most people will take this medication without thinking twice about it, which is probably why acetaminophen overdose is the leading cause for calls to Poison Control Centers across the US every year. Acetaminophen is also responsible for more than 56,000 emergency room visits, 2,600 hospitalizations, and an estimated 458 deaths due to acute liver failure1 each year.

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) finally added warnings about liver damage to the drug’s label in 2009. This action came 32 years after a panel of experts advised the agency it was "obligatory" to do so...

Then, on January 14 this year, the FDA issued a statement2, 3 urging health professionals to discontinue prescribing and dispensing prescription combination drug products that contain more than 325 milligrams (mg) of acetaminophen per tablet, capsule, or other dosage unit, to limit the risk of serious side effects.

Keep in mind that certain prescription painkillers, such as Vicodin and Percocet, also contain acetaminophen and should therefore not be mixed with other acetaminophen-containing medications.

Other Harmful Effects Associated with Acetaminophen Use

Besides liver damage, acetaminophen has also been linked to other serious side effects, including kidney dysfunction when taken with alcohol, and potentially lethal skin reactions: Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (SJS), toxic epidermal necrolysis (TENS), and acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis (AGEP). (For more information about these potentially lethal skin reactions, please see my previous article on this topic.)

The FDA added a warning about potential skin reactions to prescription acetaminophen product labels last year. There’s no way to predict who might be at increased risk for such side effects, so please heed the FDA’s recommendation9 and do NOT take acetaminophen again if you’ve ever had a skin reaction when taking it.

Research published in the past few years have also linked chronic, high use of acetaminophen to an increased risk for blood cancers. The definition of "high" use was using acetaminophen at least four times a week for at least four years -- an amount that many Americans could easily exceed without even realizing it.

Little-known research from 2009 suggests acetaminophen might also render vaccinations less effective when administered together. According to this study,10 infants who received acetaminophen right after getting a vaccination experienced lowered immune response, developing significantly fewer antibodies against the disease they were vaccinated against. The vaccines used in the study were for pneumococcal disease, Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib), diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough, hepatitis B, polio, and rotavirus. (No flu vaccines were included. However, it’s likely the effect might still be the same.)  The authors concluded that:

“Although febrile reactions significantly decreased, prophylactic administration of antipyretic drugs at the time of vaccination should not be routinely recommended since antibody responses to several vaccine antigens were reduced.”

 1 Hepatology 2004 Jul;40(1):6-9

Menthol or capsaicin creams may be used to impede your joint's pain signal transmission but the disease will still be there and advancing much quicker as you are now not heeding pain signals.

If you have rheumatoid arthritis your doctor may put you on corticosteriods or disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs (DMARDs) that suppress your immune system making you much more open to contacting bugs and viruses.

Surgery to have your joint replaced with an artificial one may be a common option as sugery seems to be an accepted intervention to replace hips and knees. If your arthritis is most severe in your fingers or wrists, your doctor may perform a joint fusion. In this procedure, the ends of your bones are locked together until they heal and become one. The pain may be reduced somewhat but this involves a permanent disability as it would be impossible to unfuse a joint.

Physical therapy involving exercises that help strengthen the muscles around the affected joint is a core component of arthritis treatment. Weight loss and maintaining a healthy weight can reduce the symptoms in those that have osteoarthritis, and they are also effective in reducing the risk of developing osteoarthritis. Certain supplements that we will examine have been shown to reverse damage that has already been caused by osteoarthritis and even Rheumatoid Arthritis.

A Note on Tylenol (from Wikepedia)

''It is a shame to think that after 60 years and billions of dollars in public funded research, the treatment of choice for pain then was paracetamol and today it is Tylenol or acetaminophen''.

"This American Life" reported that "acetaminophen", the active ingredient in Tylenol ... kills the most people [of any over-the-counter drug], according to data from the federal government. Over 150 Americans die each year". This assessment conflicts with assessments in the medical literature, which suggest that the most commonly used alternative to acetaminophen, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (including naproxen, ibuprofen, and aspirin) cause 3200 deaths and 32,000 hospitalizations each year due to gastric bleeding alone.  Other estimates place the number of NSAID-related deaths from gastric bleeding as high as 16,000 per year. The apparent discrepancy may arise because the PBS assessment relied exclusively on reports from poison control centers. Such centers are unlikely to report gastric bleeding episodes as NSAID-related, as such episodes may be caused by factors other than NSAID use, and are associated more closely with chronic use rather than acute overdose.

ProPublica reported that the "FDA has long been aware of studies showing the risks of acetaminophen. So has the maker of Tylenol, McNeil Consumer Healthcare, a division of Johnson & Johnson" and "McNeil, the maker of Tylenol ... has repeatedly opposed safety warnings, dosage restrictions and other measures meant to safeguard users of the drug." This included warnings of liver damage and warnings about using acetaminophen in combination with alcohol. This is especially dangerous because of acetaminophen's narrow safety margin. ProPublica interviewed a man who had liver failure after using Tylenol in the recommended dose and drinking two or three glasses of wine, at a time when the Tylenol label didn't mention any dangers of drinking.

Acetaminophen, including Tylenol, causes three times as many cases of liver failures than all other drugs combined ]and is the most common cause of acute liver failure in the United States ]accounting for 39% of cases.

^     Tarone RE, Blot WJ, McLaughlin JK (2004). "Nonselective nonaspirin nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and gastrointestinal bleeding: relative and absolute risk estimates from recent epidemiologic studies". Am J Ther 11 (1): 17–25.PMID 14704592

^   Tarone RE, Blot WJ, McLaughlin JK (2004). "Nonselective nonaspirin nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and gastrointestinal bleeding: relative and absolute risk estimates from recent epidemiologic studies". Am J Ther 11 (1): 17–25.PMID 14704592

^   Warnings Sought for Popular Painkiller by Sheryl Gay Stolberg, New York Times, Published: September 20, 2002

  1. ^ Bushel PR, Heinloth AN, Li J, et al. (November 2007). "Blood gene expression signatures predict exposure levels". Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 104 (46): 18211–6. doi:10.1073/pnas.0706987104.PMC 2084322. PMID 17984051. 
  2. Jump up^ Awareness: Too Much Acetaminophen? Few Seem to Know, By Nicholas Bakalar, New York Times, February 27, 2007 





I have had torn cartilage in my left knee since I was 19 years old. I am now 55. It's given me more or less problems over the years and I have always stayed fairly active, (I golf and ski) but I could never do anything that involved running.

After 1 treatment on Saturday, I ran and wlalked the 10K in one hundred and ten minutes

My knee doesn't hurt at all when as previously I would have been in extreme pain for days if I had done a tenth of that much running.

This is the most amazing thing I have ever experienced" 

- Jerry Pool, US -

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1500 people gathered in Irvine Ca. to hear about this amazing technology at the T. Harv Eker Extreme Health Seminar.  A dozen people were chosen at random, treated and marched back onto the stage.  This is their unedited testimonial

Brian Vankirk is a train engineer who suffered from chronic damage to his knees after falling 30 feet onto metal railway ties.  The medical solution was a knee replacement until he discovered this.

Is it possible to reverse the damage done by Rheumatoid Arthritis?  The following pictures confirm that "Yes" it is possible, even after years of damage.

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RA before and After